Theory of a Deadman Celebrate ‘Savages’ With Intimate New York City Gig
Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman celebrated the release of their fifth studio album, ‘Savages,’ with an intimate show at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall in New York City. The gig was presented by Sirius XM for a small group of lucky listeners.
Theory of a Deadman played three notable tunes that fans sang along to at the beginning of their set — ‘So Happy,’ ‘Lowlife’ and ‘Bitch Came Back.’ Frontman Tyler Connolly had fans laughing with his likable and humorous onstage presence.
With the band celebrating the release of ‘Savages,’ the crowd was also treated to brand new tunes such as the title track, ‘Angel’ and the lead single ‘Drown.’
The night came to a close as Theory of a Deadman performed ‘Hate My Life’ and the infamous track ‘Bad Girlfriend’ off of their 2009 release ‘Scars & Souvenirs.’ The band kicks off a tour with Fozzy in September; go here for a full list of dates, and pick up ‘Savages’ at iTunes.
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