Top 10 Biggest Differences Between Linkin Park and Three Days Grace

SomePersonYouHate
I remember a visitor that commented on one of my old Jeffery0206 lists saying that Three Days Grace is a wannabe LP. I honestly don't see the resemblance between the two. I like both bands but I don't know why people compare them to each other.

The Top Ten

1 Linkin Park focuses on experimentation and tries different genres and sounds Three Days Grace doesn't

Linkin Park with Minutes to Midnight and onwards as well as a Thousand Suns, Living Things, The Hunting Party and One More Light tried different genres. Such as electronic, pop, and even country (for one song) but still. Three Days Grace on the other hand focuses on radio friendly post- grunge that gets hated on. I like both bands but still they're not even remotely similar. - SomePersonYouHate

2 Linkin Park is a rap rock orientated band and Three Days Grace is just a rock orientated band

Mainly with Hybrid Theory and Meteora but some songs from Minutes to Midnight, A Thousand Suns, Living Things and The Hunting Party to. - SomePersonYouHate

3 Chester Bennington has a higher vocal range than Adam Gontier and Matt Walst

It's easy to notice to be honest Gontier sings in a low raspy voice same with Matt but slightly lower where as Chester sings in a high melodic and raspy voice. - SomePersonYouHate

4 Linkin Park tries to blend in/mix other genres while Three Days Grace doesn't

This is a pretty noticeable difference. - SomePersonYouHate

5 Linkin Park is a Nu Metal/ Alternative Rock/ Pop Rock/ Electronic Rock/ Rap Rock/ Experimental Rock band where as Three Days Grace is just a Post- Grunge/ Alternative Rock band

Linkin Park can be classified as a lot of genres except for Metal where as TDG can only be classified as two. - SomePersonYouHate

6 Chester Bennington's screams are higher and more aggressive than Adam Gontier's and Matt Walst's screams

Mostly notably in songs like: Given Up, No More Sorrow, Bleed it Out, Keys to the Kingdom, From the Inside, In The End, Numb and more. - SomePersonYouHate

7 Three Days Grace is mostly angsty while Linkin Park stopped being angsty with Minutes to Midnight and onwards

Minutes to Midnight with the exception of maybe three songs isn't really angsty. As their albums progressed they became less angsty if you exclude the Hunting Party. Where as Three Days Grace has members that are almost in their fourty's still making angsty songs. - SomePersonYouHate

8 Three Days Grace replaced their old singer while Linkin Park didn't

When Gontier left the band replaced him with Walst, where as when Bennington died he was never replaced. - SomePersonYouHate

Linkin Park actually did have a different singer when they first started. Their original singer was Mark Wakefield. I think Chester joined in 1999, but pretty much everything else on this list is true. Linkin Park and Three Days Grace aren’t even remotely close to similar. Linkin Park experimented with a ton of different genres while Three Days Grace pretty much stuck to rock. The only experiment they ever really did was with “Transit of Venus” when they added more electronic elements, but even then, they were still rock, plus the singers sound nothing alike. - 3DG20

9 Three Days Grace has no rapping Linkin Park does

A very easy difference between the two bands. - SomePersonYouHate

10 Linkin Park has variety, Three Days Grace doesn't

Linkin Park's albums with MTM and onwards have variety where as the closest TDG has to variety is Transit of Venus. - SomePersonYouHate

The Contenders

11 The lead singer for Linkin Park committed suicide, the lead singer for Three Days Grace is still alive

Yeah... and it's a shame to Chester was a talented singer. Adam's tribute to Chester was pretty badass to be honest. - SomePersonYouHate

screw you

12 Chester Bennington sounds nothing like Adam Gontier or Matt Walst

True they all sound uniquely different. - SomePersonYouHate

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