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Theory, Academy 2, Manchester - 26th April 2018

They were very good as always, but I felt the last time I saw them at Sheffield Lead Mill they were a lot better, the gig lasted a lot longer at the Lead Mill, the Academy seem to be a lot smaller and the atmosphere was just not the same.
But still a good gig and the support act, Toseland were excellent as well !!

Posted by Mark on 30/04/2018

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Theory, KOKO, London - 24th April 2018

We bought a disabled ticket which ment my husband could come too and help me. The manager was fantastic in helping me organise it, we got there later than planned but the door men were extremely helpful. We got to our area and then they came on. WOW. We've seen them before but absolutely loved this performance they played all their popular songs and interacted with us really well. Cannot wait for when they come this way again. Will definitely be going.

Posted by Pixie T on 26/04/2018

THEORY AKA Theory of a Deadman have just announced UK shows taking place at KOKO in London plus Manchester Academy 2 during April 2018.

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You know what they say, "When the going gets tough, the tough get going.

In Theory of a Deadman's case, they go right to the studio. In the middle of 2013, the platinum-selling Canadian quartet began working on what would become its fifth full-length album, Savages [Roadrunner Records/604]. However, everything in their lives rapidly and unexpectedly changed. Whether it be a shakeup at their label, waning interest in rock at radio, or the downturn of society at large, a myriad of issues weighed heavy on members Tyler Connolly [Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar], David Brenner [Rhythm Guitar], Dean Back [Bass], and Joey Dandeneau [Drums].

Once again teaming with super producer Howard Benson [My Chemical Romance, Halestorm] in the studio, he tapped into the same robust riffing and primal power that coursed through the group's 2008 platinum-certified breakthrough, Scars & Souvenirs which yielded the #1 Mainstream Rock Radio smash "Bad Girlfriend" as well as "So Happy" and "By The Way". Lyrically, Connolly turned his attention to the state of the world around him and churned out the band's catchiest and most crushing statement yet.

That song writing prowess solidified Theory of a Deadman as a major contender in modern rock since their self-titled 2002 debut. Most recently, 2011's The Truth Is… landed in the Top 10 of Billboard's Top 200 Albums Chart upon its debut, while topping the "Top Rock Albums", "Top Alternative Albums", and "Top Hard Rock Albums" charts. In addition, it spawned the #1 radio hit "Lowlife", which ruled Rock Radio for three weeks straight. Along the way, the group has toured with everybody from Alter Bridge, Stone Sour, and Godsmack to Daughtry and Mötley Crüe. However, Connolly and the guys always have the same goal in mind.

It has been subsequently followed up by their latest offering Wake Up Call. Released in 2017, the album received widespread critical acclaim for its lyrical maturity.


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