Since the release of their fourth album, ‘The Truth Is…’ on July 12 of last year, Theory of a Deadman have been total road warriors, ripping up stages across the country, and now they’ll continue that run with a newly announced spring headlining tour featuring support from Pop Evil and Stellar Revival.
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If you thought Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman could only write about girls gone bad and partying 'til the wee hours of the morning, think again. While the band’s first singles off their current studio album, ‘The Truth Is…,’ show their rough and tough side, Theory’s latest single, ‘Hurricane,’ shows they have a heart, too, and aren’t always trying to sound cooler than school.
Adelitas Way have been making a lot of noise with their latest release, ‘Home School Valedictorian’ with their first two singles, ‘Sick’ and ‘The Collapse.’ There’s even a special appearance from Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly on the release and lead singer Rick DeJesus recently told Loudwire all about it.
Theory of a Deadman's Tyler Connolly on New Album
Theory of a Deadman have been called misogynists a time or two throughout their career, and they are the latest target of ‘Angry Mothers Against Rock,’ who have spoken out against their tune ‘Bitch Came Back.’ However, frontman Tyler Connolly tells Loudwire that he stands by his band's songs, saying that it’s all about finding balance.