History Of Theory Of A Deadman
The first act to sign to Chad Kroeger’s 604 Records, Theory of a Deadman then became Nickelback’s most likely successors thanks to their powerful blend of hook-laden post-grunge and angsty emotional themes. Frontman Tyler Connolly, guitarist Dave Brenner, bassist Dean Back and drummer Tim Hart first came together in Delta, British Columbia in 2001, and began performing to fans with Theory of a Deadman tickets across their homeland in the same year.
After Connolly caught the attention of Kroeger at a Nickelback post-gig party, the group landed a deal with his Universal imprint and released their self-titled debut album in 2002. After selling out Theory of a Deadman tickets for their first major national tour, the band released their sophomore, Gasoline, in 2005, and hit the road with the likes of Shinedown, Breaking Benjamin and The Exies. Following the release of 2008’s Scars and Souvenirs, the band released Theory of a Deadman tickets for a number of shows dubbed Journey to the Junos, and joined labelmates Black Stone Cherry and The Parlor Mob for The Rock Is Alive tour.
The group went onto sell Theory of A Deadman tickets for a number of co-headlining treks including the Leave This Town Tour with Cavo and Daughtry, the Avalanche Tour with Stone Sour, Halestorm and Skillet and a UK arena tour with Alter Bridge, while fans could also get their hands on Theory of a Deadman tickets for the band’s headline appearance on the travelling Carnival of Madness festival. In 2011, the band reached No.8 on the Billboard 200 with The Truth Is… and contributed “Head Above Water” to the Transformers: Dark of the Moon soundtrack before issuing Theory of a Deadman tickets for the Occupy Canada Tour with Jordan Cook, the Self-Titled Tour with Pop Evil and the Jingle Bell Rock with Big Wreck.
The demand for Theory of A Deadman tickets increased in 2014 when the group scored their second consecutive US Top 10 entry with Savages, which also featured collaborations with Rascal Flatts guitarist Joe Don Rooney and shock rock veteran Alice Cooper. Later that year, the group hit the UK for a run of arena shows with previous touring partners Alter Bridge, and also released Theory of a Deadman tickets for their own North American trek.
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