The Mississippi quintet best known for the songs "Kryptonite", "Loser", "Let Me Go", "It's Not My Time", "Here Without You", and "Train" is currently touring in support of its fifth studio album, Time of My Life. The 2011 release contains the singles "When You're Young" and "Every Time You Go".
3 Doors Down lead vocalist and lyricist Brad Arnold said, "What makes me so proud of this album is how it seems to put a stamp on all the years, all the ups and downs we've been through, and cuts some new ground for us. No matter where we're at or how we come at you, at our core is still the burning desire to give our fans the best we can give."
Bassist Todd Harrell added, "We're a solid, no-frills rock band with deep friendships and a good understanding of with it takes to keep the fire going."
3 Doors Down's acclaimed charity, The Better Life Foundation, is currently nearing the three million dollar mark in donations raised for various children's organizations along the Mississippi Coast and beyond. The band was among the first music artists to step in to aid Hurricane Katrina victims.