My Darkest Days is a Canadian post-grunge band based in Toronto, consisting of lead singer Matt Walst, Doug Oliver, Brendan McMillan, Sal Costa, and Reid Henry. They were discovered by Chad Kroeger of Nickelback.

The band was founded by Matt Walst in 2005, who was born in Norwood, Ontario, and whose older brother, Brad Walst, is the bassist for Three Days Grace.

When Chad Kroeger heard My Darkest Days' music, he was so impressed he immediately signed them to his record label. The first song they wrote after being signed was "Porn Star Dancing," which became their first single.

My Darkest Days first came to the area back in September with the Monsters Of Annihilation tour with Papa Roach, Trapt and Skillet.

Chad Kroeger appears in the "Porn Star Dancing" video, as does American rappe`r Ludacris and Black Label Society lead vocalist and lead guitarist Zakk Wylde.  Chad, Ludacris and Zakk Wylde do not tour with the band.

The single Porn Star Dancing has hit #1 on the rock charts and has gone gold in Canada.

See My Darkest Days Tuesday night at Northern Lights as they are the supporting act for Hinder & Saving Abel.