TOADM_NEW GENshot1_2992Hard rockers Theory of a Deadman have officially announced their much-anticipated new album, SaVages, which drops on July 8 via Roadrunner Records. The upcoming disc is the follow-up to their 2011 effort, which debuted at #8 on the Billboard Top 200 and #1 on Top Rock Albums, Top Hard Rock Albums, and Top Alternative Albums. The band once again enlisted the services of longtime producer Howard Benson for the new record. “We went back to where we belong on this record, back to the angst, back to the darkness,” said frontman Tyler Connolly. “We veered off the road a bit on this one but it took us right to where we needed to be.” The band will be releasing the record’s first single, “Drown”, on April 22. “‘Drown’ is about being alone, the feeling of being washed away and left to your own devices,” Connolly explained. “We’ve all felt that way at some point in our lives; unable to stay afloat, we sink to the bottom which always seems easier in the end than fighting your way back to the surface.” Theory of a Deadman will be touring this spring with Staind. The band will be making a featured appearances at Welcome to Rockville, Carolina Rebellion, and Rock On The Range in Columbus, OH on May 17. Theory of a Deadman broke unto the scene in 2002 with their self-titled debut. Since then, all four of the band’s studio albums have charted in the Top 100 on Billboard. Their 2008 effort, Scars and Souvenirshas been certified platinum. The band has toured with the likes of Mötley Crüe, Godsmack, Alter Bridge, and Black Stone Cherry. In 2011 they headlined the Carnival of Madness Tour, one of summer’s biggest touring rock festivals every year. – by Matt Bishop (@The_MattBishop)




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