Former THREE DAYS GRACE singer Adam Gontier has said that a reunion with his former bandmates is “likely” to happen “down the road at some point.”
Adam’s comments come just a couple of weeks after he and THREE DAYS GRACE bassist Brad Walst and his younger brother, vocalist Matt Walst, were inducted into the Norwood District High School Hall Of Honor in Norwood, Ontario.
Speaking with Rock Feed on the possibility of working with THREE DAYS GRACE again, Adam said: “You know what? Yeah. I mean, for sure. We’ve all grown up. It’s been a while. There’s no hard feelings or anything like that. We’re all in touch now and we talk and text and stuff.
“We haven’t really talked about doing anything — not yet anyway — but I feel like something like that is most likely down the road at some point,” he added
When it was noted that Adam’s reunion with THREE DAYS GRACE would be a “big” deal, Gontier replied, “And it would be a lot of fun.” Storm then reiterated that the reunion would be “very big,” to which Adam said: “Probably would be. You never know, man. We haven’t really talked about it. But, yeah, I guess we’ll see.”
Adam is currently a member of the band SAINT ASONIA, which also features STAIND guitarist/founding member Mike Mushok. The band released a new EP, “Introvert“, on July 1 via Spinefarm.
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