Theory Of A Deadman Announce New Album, Premiere First Single


Theory of a Deadman

(TRR) – Theory of a Deadman have announced their new studio album Say Nothing. The LP is set for release on January 31, 2020 via Atlantic/604 Records. The band premiered the record’s lead single “History of Violence” today, which can be streamed below.

Fans can pre-order the album now HERE at a special price.

“This record allowed us to say all of the things that have been on our minds, but too afraid to say,” the band said in a statement. “With so many outlets for people to be nasty to one another, Say Nothing represents how maybe we should just shut up and listen.”

Theory of a Deadman will kick off their fall headlining world tour this Friday, September 27 at The Tarheel in Jacksonville, NC. Tickets are on sale now HERE. VIP Experiences are available for the tour, which include a Meet & Greet, Photo Opportunity, Commemorative Laminate, Fan’s Choice of a Merch Item or Hat, plus early entry into the venue. Packages can be purchased HERE.

The full tour itinerary can be viewed below.


8              Dubuque, IA                       Q Casino

28-30     Alix, AB                                 Tailcreek Mud & Music 2019 *


6              Belcourt, ND                       Sky Dancer Event Center

12           West Fargo, ND                 Red River Valley Fairgrounds

14           Stayner, ON                        Roxodus Music Fest 2019 *

20           Oshkosh, WI                       Rock USA 2019 *


9              Batavia, NY                         Batavia Downs Gaming

10           Bay City, MI                        Veterans Memorial Park

27           Grand Island, NE               Heartland Events Center

31           Syracuse, NY                      State Fair Coliseum


27           Jacksonville, NC                The Tarheel

28           Inwood, WV                       Shiley Acres

29           Stroudsburg, PA               Sherman Theatre


1              Warren, OH                        Packard Music Hall

2              Morgantown, WV            Metropolitan Theater

4              N. Myrtle Beach, SC         House Of Blues

5              Raleigh, NC                         The Ritz

8              Destin, FL                             Club LA

10           Dothan, AL                          The Plant

11           Baton Rouge, LA               The Varsity Theatre

15           Tucson, AZ                          Rialto Theatre

17           Funner, CA                          Harrah’s Resort SoCal

19           Stateline, NV                      Harrah’s Lake Tahoe – South Shore Room

22           Oklahoma City, OK           Diamond Ballroom

23           Wichita, KS                         The Cottilion Ballroom

25           Lexington, KY                     Manchester Music Hall

26           Cherokee, NC                    Harrah’s Cherokee – Event Center

29           Ft. Wayne, IN                     Clyde Theater


1              Sioux City, IA                      Anthem at Hard Rock Hotel

2              Osceola, IA                          Lakeside Casino Event Center

4              Belvidere, IL                       The Apollo Theatre

13           Kiev, Ukraine                     Atlas

15           St. Petersburg, Russia    КОСМОНАВТ

16           Moscow, Russia                1930Moscow

19           Manchester, England     Manchester Academy 2

20           Glasgow, Scotland           SWG3 Galvanizers

21           Nottingham, England      Rock City

23           London, England               Electric Ballroom

24           Bristol, England                 SWX Bristol


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