Three Days Grace rock Birmingham's O2 Institute - in pictures
Last night Three Days Grace rocked crowds at Birmingham's O2 Institute.
The Canadian rockers, which formed in Ontario back in 1992, are best known for songs such as I Hate Everything About You, Pain, Animal I Have Become, Just Like You and Home.
With the departure of lead singer Adam Gontier in 2013, My Darkest Days vocalist Matt Walst now sings for the group, alongside fellow members Barry Stock, Neil Sanderson and Brad Walst.
Three Days Grace has released six studio albums, with the latest, Outsider, being released this year.
The band has a record 14 number one songs on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and three number one hits on Alternative Songs.
Last night's set included an extensive range of songs from the bands career, including The Mountain, The Abyss, Let You Down, Break, and Phantogram cover You Don't Get Me High Anymore.
The quartet were supported by American heavy metal group Bad Wolves at the show.