USA (Rosemont), March 2, 2007 Review

artist: Three Days Grace date: 05/14/2007 category: live concerts

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Three Days Grace: USA (Rosemont), March 2, 2007
Throughout the entire performance the crowd was screaming and jumping.
 Sound: 9
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 9
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overall: 9.3
USA (Rosemont), March 2, 2007 Reviewed by: rocksheretostay, on may 14, 2007
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Sound: Adam Gontiers voice was amazing. Even though his voice was a little shaky from being strained so much throughout the tour, he was still able to hit every note and sing incredibly. The sound was very good, not perfect, but still very good. The only thing that could've been better would be if they turned up Gontier's guitar a little bit because his seemed to be droned out by the rest of the band. Other than this the sound was perfect. // 9

Perfomance: Throughout the entire performance the crowd was screaming and jumping. Again, since they were only the opening band, they didn't get the benefit of all the special effects but it was still a cool show. Heres a few songs they played. Animal I Have Become, the bass was really loud and clear and you could hear every note in the song. Never Too Late, very hard song to sing, but Adam managed to stay in tune and hit every note. Pain, amazing song, They seemed to really get into the song while they were playing it. Just Like You, did an amazing job playing this song and the crowd seemed to love it. Definatly worth rating a 10. // 10

Overall Impression: I went to their show in USA, Rosemont at the Allstate arena on March 2nd, 2007. They were one of the opening bands for Nickelback, and did an amazing job of getting the crowd pumped up for them. I loved how much Adam talked to the crowd and how during all the songs he'd scream stuff like 'I want every f--king person on the floor jumping up and down and lets see how much f--king noise we can make.' Since they were opening for Nickelback, the tickets were a little more expensive than if you were to see them by themselves, but overall I thought $40 to be right up against the stage on the floor was definatly worth the money. At one point during the show, Adam grabbed a video camera that was zooming in on him and took it and walked around for like 3 minutes and just started filming random people in the crowd. This was probaly the best concert I've ever been to and I'm definatly going to see them the next time their in town. // 9

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