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Theory of a Deadman

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Vancouver, Canada's Theory of a Deadman became the first act to sign with Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger's 604 Records imprint in 2001. Tyler Connolly (vocals/guitar) reportedly slipped a copy of the band's demo to Kroeger at a post-concert party and the two were soon collaborating on songs together. One of these, "Invisible Man," was used as the B-side for 2002's wildly successful Spider-Man theme "Hero" (a Kroeger collaboration with Saliva singer Josey Scott), and anticipated Theory of a Deadman's self-titled debut the same year. Also featuring Dave Brenner (guitar), Dean Back (bass), and Tim Hart (drums), the album's hook-laden, emotional hard rock sounded very similar to their celebrity benefactor's band; almost disturbingly so, actually. But a healthy touring work load and simple maturation ultimately helped Theory of a Deadman break out of that confining stylistic box for their more varied and distinctive sophomore effort, Gasoline, which was recorded with session drummer Robin Diaz. The trio later tapped veteran journeyman Brent Fitz (formerly of Union and Vince Neil's solo band) as their new permanent touring drummer. Theory of a Deadman returned to the studio in 2007 to record their third album, Scars and Souvenirs, which was produced by Howard Benson. The album was released in April 2008, and was certified gold in less than a year. The hard-hitting Canadian rockers' fourth studio album, The Truth Is..., which was preceded by the single "Lowlife," dropped on July 12, 2011, and was followed by a co-headlining tour with Alter Bridge under the banner the Carnival of Madness, which also included Adelitas Way, Black Stone Cherry, and Emphatic. In 2014, the bandmembers announced they were working on an album, and a new single, "Drown," arrived in April of that year. Their fifth album, Savages, followed in July of 2014. In October 2017 the band released a music video for the song "Rx" in anticipation of the arrival of the full-length Wake Up Call, which dropped later that month. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia
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Albums by
Theory of a Deadman

Top Songs by
Theory of a Deadman

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Bad Girlfriend
  3.   Angel
  4.   Drown
  5.   Lowlife
  6.   Hate My Life
  7.   Not Meant to Be
  8.   Blow
  9.   Rx
  10.   So Happy
  11.   Bitch Came Back
  12.   Nothing Could Come Between Us
  13.   Little Smirk
  14.   Gentleman
  15.   Hurricane
  16.   Wake Up Call
  17.   No Surprise
  18.   Better Off
  19.   All or Nothing
  20.   Echoes
  21.   Savages
  22.   Hallelujah
  23.   The Truth Is... (I Lied About Everything)
  24.   By the Way
  25.   Out of My Head
  26.   Santa Monica
  27.   Say Goodbye
  28.   Wicked Game
  29.   Make Up Your Mind
  30.   Midnight Rider
  31.   Wait for Me
  32.   Cold Water
  33.   Shape of My Heart
  34.   Straight Jacket
  35.   Livin' My Life Like a Country Song
  36.   What Was I Thinking
  37.   Habits (Stay High)
  38.   Me and My Girl
  39.   The One
  40.   World War Me
  41.   Heaven (Little by Little)
  42.   Got Me Wrong
  43.   Glass Jaw
  44.   Heavy
  45.   Say I'm Sorry
  46.   Loner
  47.   G.O.A.T.
  48.   Love Is Hell
  49.   Drag Me to Hell
  50.   Head Above Water
  51.   Po Mouth
  52.   Panic Room
  53.   Villain
  54.   Hello Lonely (Walk Away from This)
  55.   Sacrifice
  56.   PCH
  57.   Invisible Man
  58.   Easy to Love You
  59.   End of the Summer
  60.   Save the Best for Last
  61.   We Were Men
  62.   Does It Really Matter
  63.   Got It Made
  64.   The Last Song
  65.   In Ruins
  66.   Careless
  67.   Hell Just Ain't the Same
  68.   Since You've Been Gone