Avalanche Tour Theory Of A Deadman Tickets

The annual Avalanche Tour brings to you one of the biggest names in rock music. Formed in 2001, Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band. Along with rock, you will find traces of other musical genres like post-grunge, alternative rock, country and acoustic in their music as well. The band, although young in years, has produced some chartbusters. At present, they have released three studio albums, with the fourth one expected to be released this summer. Theory has dominated the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, with 5 top 10 hits, including Bad Girlfriend, which was a no. 1 hit. The band is currently signed up with record labels like Island Records and Roadrunner Records.

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Theory, at present, consists of four members. Tyler Connolly is the lead vocalist and plays lead guitar, Joey Dandeneau is on the drums, and Dean Back is on the bass guitar, with Dave Brenner on rhythm guitar. Brent Fitz and Tim Hart were with the band but left. Both were drummers.
Theory of a Deadman was the band’s debut album, which was released in 2002. Theory’s second album was Gasoline, which was released in 2005. In order to promote their album, the band toured with The Exies and Breaking Benjamin. The album along with its singles were a hit, with a video game, Fahrenheit, having Theory’s songs on its soundtrack. This video game was released under the title “Indigo Prophecy” in the US.
In 2008, their third album, Scars & Souvenirs, was released. This album has sold over 500,000 copies in the United States alone. Eight of its singles, which did extremely well commercially were, “Wait for Me”, “Not Meant to Be”, “Hate My Life”, “All or Nothing”, “Bad Girlfriend”, “Little Smirk”, “By the Way” and “So Happy.” The immense success of this album got them invited to the Juno Awards, held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, during the same year. Post release of Scars & Souvenirs also made them extensively tour Canada under the name, Journey To The Junos. In 2009, the album was certified gold by RIAA.
The Truth Is, is to be the band’s fourth studio album, expected to be released this summers. Connolly, the lead vocalist and guitarist, while opining on the merits of the band’s upcoming album said, “We had a bit of an epiphany when it came to songwriting though. We’ve been a band for over a decade now, and we realized what we’re doing makes sense. There was a lot more confidence. I was able to dig in lyrically and be wide open. When I write, I either want to kiss someone on the lips or punch them in the face. Anything in between is boring.” To see it yourself, whether the album is a kiss, a punch or something in between, check out the single “Lowlife”, which is now available on iTunes!
Due to its ever increasing popularity, the group has been visible on popular media too. They have sung cover song of No Chance in Hell, which is a theme tune for Vince McMahon. They also performed theme song to WWE’s No Way Out 2006. It was a cover version of “Deadly Game”, from the World Wrestling Entertainment’s Anthology album. Theory, along with Andree Watters and Suzie McNeil, performed at the halftime show of the 96th Grey Cup. The band also supported, Motley Crue, along with Hinder during the fall 08/winter 09 tour. One of the their singles from Scars & Souvenirs “Got it Made” was used for Miami Heat’s post-game video recaps by Sun Sports. The same single was also used by Total Nonstop Action for their special 2008 review video.
While the band,Theory of a Deadman, presently tour all over North America under Avalanche Tour , they have previously toured under the titles, Leave This Town Tour, Crue Fest 2: the White Trash Circus Scars & Souvenirs , and The Rock is Alive Tour. The band currently enthralls its fans all over North America, with their great and celebrated music. So do not miss out on this great opportunity to see, hear and enjoy your favorite band, which is coming to your town. Buy your Avalanche Tour/Theory of a Deadman Tickets now!
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