Three Days Grace are looking to continue their hot streak with another new single from the upcoming Human album. The band has chosen the aggressive new track "Human Race" and just released a lyric video for the song that can be viewed in the player above.

"I don't belong here / Not in this atmosphere / Goodbye, goodbye," sings frontman Matt Walst in the chorus, as the song speaks to the frustration and alienation with human interaction. The track follows on the heels of their chart-topping single "I Am Machine" and the previous No. 1 "Painkiller," which are both featured on the Human album as well.

Bassist Brad Walst recently spoke with Loudwire Nights host Full Metal Jackie about the addition of his brother Matt on vocals and what it's brought to the band's sound. The bassist explained, "I think Matt, for one, is an amazing singer and his voice has actually changed a lot of the last couple of years. He sang a certain way with My Darkest Days and I think that had a huge part of us re-recording a lot of songs because we go on the road and we would come back and his voice would just be deeper and more aggressive. He has really trained it to be more aggressive and it is sounding awesome. I think that on the record it is really a special thing."

The Human album is due March 31. It's currently available to pre-order via iTunes, Amazon and GooglePlay, and those for looking for deluxe bundle options can also check here. For more details on the disc, click here.

Three Days Grace are currently on tour in Europe, but will be back stateside for more dates this spring. See their full concert calendar at this location.

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