Three Days Grace -- featuring Walst, drummer Neil Sanderson, lead guitarist Barry Stock and frontman Adam Gontier -- are in the middle of a tour supporting "One-X," the band's 2006 LP about the surprising loneliness that comes from constantly being around other people. Walst said the band members try to stay busier on the road to keep that "lonely" feeling away.
Hard rocking quartet Breaking Benjamin is also touring in support of a new album, "Phobia," which has received good all-around reviews since its release in 2006. Seether's October release "Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces" has proven successful as well, with the hit "Fake It." Hurt has also recently scored two radio hits, "Rapture" and "Falls Apart," in 2006 and another -- "Ten Ton Brick" -- in 2007.
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