Theory of a Deadman are currently heating up radio with the song ‘Hurricane,’ and we've got the exclusive premiere of the music video for the tune right here on Loudwire. The song is the band’s most recent single off of their fourth studio album 'The Truth Is...'
In our recent exclusive interview with frontman Tyler Connolly of Theory of a Deadman, he talked about the importance of always having a blowdryer nearby. Now, we go further in-depth about the awesomeness that is Tyler Connolly's pompadour.
It's Mother's Day, and you know what that means - its all about mom! In honor of this very special day, a number of rockers weighed in with their thoughts and thanks for that irreplaceable lady in their lives.
If Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly were to walk up to you on the street and ask, “Do you know who I am?” would you know? That’s the basis behind the Canadian hard rock band’s latest behind-the-scenes video. The clip has Connolly walking through the streets of New York City, asking everyone and anyone, “Do you know who I am?” The results are pretty hilarious, and instead of ruining it for you, we’ve posted the video below for you to check out.
Theory of a Deadman don't always tackle the most serious topics in their songs (see 'Bitch Came Back,' 'Lowlife' and 'Hate My Life' for examples) but altering their tunes to sell honey-baked hams is where they draw the line.
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.
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.
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