Three Days Grace have just extended their current tour. The band is out in support of its fifth studio album Human and already had dates booked throughout the summer. Now, they've added a new run of shows for September and early October.. Most of the added shows go on sale July 10, and you can check out a full list of the tour dates below.

Human is Three Days Grace's first album to feature singer Matt Walst, who stepped in after frontman Adam Gontier abruptly left the group in 2013. Brad Walst, bassist for the group and Matt’s brother, told Loudwire about his addition to the band, “For one, Matt has been just awesome. It has been a couple of years now and I think we have hazed him enough that he is an official member. It was definitely special to make a record with him and write with him.”

Three Days Grace’s latest album debuted on top of the Billboard Hard Rock Music Albums chart and landed at No. 16 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart upon its release this spring. It has also spawned two No. 1 hits on the Billboard Active Rock Radio charts. The group are currently promoting the disc's latest single, “Human Race,” and recently released the music video for the track, and you can check out the semi-NSFW clip here.

Three Days Grace's next gig is in Pittsburgh, Pa., this Thursday (7/9). You can pick up the band's latest album Human on Amazon and iTunes.

Three Days Grace 2015 Tour Dates:

7/9 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Stage AE
7/10 -- Lansing, Mich. -- Common Ground Festival - Adado Riverfront Park
7/11 -- Columbus, Ohio -- The LC Pavilion
7/13 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- Cannery Ballroom
7/14 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Diamond Pub & Billiards Concert Hall
7/15 -- Peoria, Ill. -- Limelight Eventplex
7/17 -- Cadott, Wis. -- Rock Fest
7/18 -- Fort Wayne, Ind. -- Piere’s Entertainment Center
7/19 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- House of Blues
7/ 21 -- Stroudsburg, Pa. -- Sherman Theater
7/22 -- Portland, Maine -- State Theatre
7/25 -- Tulsa, Okla. -- The Brady Arts District
7/26 -- Springfield, Mo. -- Gillioz Theatre
7/28 -- Wichita Falls, Texas -- Kay Yaeger Coliseum
7/30 -- Clive, Iowa -- 7 Flags Event Center
7/31 -- Sioux City, Iowa -- Battery Park Hard Rock Sioux City
8/1 -- Maryland Heights, Mo. -- Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
8/16 -- Portland, Ore. -- Roseland Theater
8/18 -- Garden City, Idaho -- Revolution Concert Hall
8/19 -- Missoula, Mont. -- Denison Theater
8/21 -- Spokane, Wash. -- Knitting Factory Concert House
8/22 -- Kennewick, Wash. -- Toyota Ice Arena
8/23 -- Seattle, Wash. -- White River Amphitheatre
8/25 -- Eugene, Ore. -- McDonald Theatre
8/27 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- The Depot
8/28 -- Denver, Colo. -- Fillmore Auditorium
8/29 -- Albuquerque, N.M. -- Route 66 Casino
9/1 -- Midland, Texas -- La Hacienda Event Center*
9/3 -- Pueblo, Colo. -- Colorado State Fair
9/11 -- Hutchinson, Kan. -- Kansas State Fair
9/12 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- KC Live! – Power & Light District*
9/14 -- Knoxville, Tenn. -- The International*
9/15 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- The Tabernacle*
9/16 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- The Fillmore Charlotte*
9/18 -- Norfolk, Va. -- The NorVa*
9/19 -- Clark, N.J. -- Oak Ridge Park
9/20 -- Washington, DC -- 9:30 Club +
9/22 -- Clifton Park, N.Y. -- Upstate Concert Hall*
9/24 -- Worcester, Mass. -- The Palladium*
9/25 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Electric Factory*
9/26 -- Hampton Beach, N.H. -- Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom*
9/28 -- Richmond, Va. -- The National*
10/1 -- St. Petersburg, Fla. -- Jannus Live*
10/2 -- Orlando, Fla. -- Hard Rock Live*

* denotes new date / on sale July 10
+ denotes new date / on sale July 9

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