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His experience has been detailed in the docu*drama titled ‘Behind the Pain’.Even at the rehabilitation centre, he didn’t waste any and wrote songs like ‘Pain’ and ‘Gone Forever’, along with his treatment.So we got together probably last April  and just started writing some songs. "With Mike being basically on hiatus from Staind for who knows how long, it just seemed to make sense, and the timing is right."Gontier describes the album as diverse, but with an undeniably hard edge. It went really well, a lot better than we had expected, and we ended up writing 11 or 12 songs and from there it just made sense to go into the studio and do something with them."Gontier and Mushok first recorded a three-song demo, which stoked RCA's interest as well as their own. "With Mike Mushok on guitar it's got a bit of a metal vibe to it, but it's definitely different than both" Staind and Three Days Grace, he explains.
He also collaborated with Amy Lee on Never Too Late from 2009.
Outside of Three Days Grace, Gontier has also written and collaborated with numerous writers, musicians and bands.
Some of his collaborations include Daughtry, Ian Thornley, Max Martin, Shaun Morgan, Ben Burnley, Art of Dying, Before the Curtain, and fellow musician and long time friends Kevin Brown Grainne Ryan and Kim Brown.
Saint Asonia, the new rock "supergroup" formed by former Three Days Grace frontman Adam Gontier and Staind guitarist Mike Mushok, will end the buzzed-about wait for its debut album on July 31, when the self-titled set comes out on RCA Records.
The group, which also features bassist Corey Lowery (Eye Empire, Stereomud, Dark New Day) and former Finger Eleven drummer Rich Beddoe, recorded the 11-track 's Mainstream Rock Songs chart this week -- prior to making their live debut May 16 at the Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio."It does feel like a new band, for sure -- a new band, I guess, with a history, with a bit of a backstory, which is nice," Gontier tells .