Three Days Grace guitarist Barry Stock has launched a new fashion line called MEAN Clothing. The “rock and military” inspired selection includes clothes, jewelry and a wide range of accessories ranging from hats to skateboards. Stock said in a statement, “MEAN is about being aggressive, in a positive way. It is strength and confidence. To stand with purpose. It is a take charge mentality to go out there and give it your all. MEAN is fired by passion and the drive to succeed, to accomplish whatever it is you set out to achieve.”
- The line is available exclusively for now at the official MEAN website.
- Customers who purchase $25 or more of merchandise at the site will automatically be entered into a contest to win a signed guitar.
- In another contest, Stock is looking for the “MEANest Beard” out there. Fans can submit their photos for a chance to win a MEAN prize pack. Both contests end May 31st.
- Three Days Grace recently announced a string of tour dates for this spring, starting on April 17th in Memphis.
- The band has been working on its fifth studio album, which will the band’s first with singer Matt Walst. The brother of Three Days Grace bassist Brad Walst, Matt joined the band after the 2013 departure of original frontman Adam Gontier.
- The group’s final album with Gontier, 2012’s Transit Of Venus, is nominated for a Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year. The 2014 Juno Awards, the Canadian equivalent to the Grammys, take place this Sunday (March 30th) in Winnipeg.