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My Darkest Days

Hard-hitting Canadian post-grunge outfit My Darkest Times shaped in the middle-2000s across the skills of vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Matt Walst, bass participant Brendan McMillan, drummer Doug Oliver, and guitarist Sal Costa. Hailing from the tiny city of Norwood, Ontario, Walst, whose old brother Brad takes on bass for fellow countryman Three Times Grace, matters Nirvana, AN IDEAL Group, and Nickelback as affects. Coincidentally, Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger authorized the group to his personal 604 Records in ’09 2009, leading to the release from the group’s 1st single, “Porn Celebrity Dance.” My Darkest Times released their eponymous debut album the next year. The recording propelled the music group onto both U.S. and Canadian Billboard graphs, topping away at 12 and 11, respectively. Not really wanting to drop momentum, My Darkest Times returned to focus on new material, liberating the solitary “Informal Sex” in early 2012 before pursuing up with their second recording, Ill and Twisted Affair, later on that year.

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