One-X (2006-present)

On March 30 2006, the band released their first single off of their album One-X entitled “Animal I Have Become,” which managed to reach number one on both the US Modern Rock and US Mainstream Rock. One-X was released on June 13, 2006, and landed at #5 on the Billboard 200. In the record’s first week, it sold over 78,000 copies.
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The album’s second single “Pain” was also released topping the Billboard Mainstream Rock Charts in December of 2006 and the Modern Rock Tracks Chart in February of 2007. “Never Too Late” was released as the third single off of One-X in April of 2007. “Never Too Late” marks their third consecutive #1 single from One-X in the Active Rock charts and their 5th overall consecutive #1 song in their career. As of August 2007, the album has been certified platinum by the RIAA for sales of over one million copies. Fourth single, Riot, released on Canadian radio in December 2007, has failed to be as successful as the previous singles of One-X. It entered the Canadian Hot 100 at position 97. As of January 26th 2008, the peak position so far is 65 on the Canadian Hot 100.

On November 29, 2006 Adam including fellow bandmembers Brad, Neil and Barry returned to CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) in Toronto to play an intimate set of songs for about 250 high school students and patients. Between songs, Adam answered questions from the audience concerning his addiction. “At any point I could’ve overdosed,” he told the crowd. “For quite a few years I was seeing things, I was looking through a blurred set of eyes. I was a zombie.” As “payment to a system that kept me alive,” the band set up the Three Days To Change tour, where they perform at treatment centers, shelters, detention centers and group homes across North America.