“LOWLIFE” REACHES A NEW HIGH

Theory Of A Deadman’s Debut Single From The Truth Is… Reaches #1 on Active Rock Chart This Week

Band Kicks Off Carnival Of Madness Tour August 13th

Opening For 3 Doors Down This Fall

(August 9, 2011 – New York, NY) – Theory of a Deadman keep finding more things to celebrate.  Hot on the heels of a Top 10 album debut on the Billboard Top 200 with their latest Roadrunner Records release The Truth Is… last month, the band now find themselves on top of the Active Rock Chart hitting the #1 spot this week with the first single, “Lowlife.”  The single is the third #1 single of their career alongside former chart toppers “Bad Girlfriend” and “So Happy” from their platinum selling previous release Scars & Souvenirs. “Lowlife” has also sold more than 60,000 singles since its release on iTunes. The “Lowlife” video stars Donal Logue (known for his work on hit television shows such as ER and Grounded For Life) as the title character and antihero and is directed by Paul Boyd who is known for his work with Sting, Shania Twain and Seal to name a few.

The Truth Is… was released on July 12th via Roadrunner Records and exploded onto the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200 at #8 scanning over 37,000 units its first week. The album also reached the #2spot on the iTunes Rock Album charts and the fan-discovered track “Hurricane” hit #9 on the iTunes Rock Songs Chart selling over 10,000 units. The album was produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, 3 Doors Down). 

Theory of a Deadman has been together for over a decade and created a sound that fans worldwide have embraced through their previous releases: Scars & Souvenirs [2008], Gasoline [2005], and Theory of a Deadman [2002].   The band has become synonymous with building arena-ready hooks around hard rocking stories of good times, bad times and everything in between.  The band will be heading out on this summer’s Carnival of Madness tour alongside Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, Adelitas Way and Emphatic. Sponsored by Monster Energy Drink, the Carnival of Madness Tour will tear through North America for 25+ dates beginning August 13 in Twin Lakes, WI. Upon wrapping the Carnival of Madness tour, the band will take a very shortbreak before heading out again to open for 3 Doors Down across America.

Theory of a Deadman is Tyler Connolly [Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar], David Brenner [Rhythm Guitar], Dean Back [Bass], and Joey Dandeneau [Drums].

www.theoryofadeadman.com

www.roadrunnerrecords.com

www.carnivalofmadness.com

Tour Dates

Aug 10th

Sturgis, SD

Full Throttle Saloon Amphotheatre

Aug 12th

Kansas City, MO

Midland Theatre by AMC

Aug 13th  *

Twin Lakes, WI

Shadow Hill Ranch

Aug 14th *

Chillicothe, IL

Three Sisters Park

Aug 16th *

Royal Oak, MI

Royal Oak Music Theatre

Aug 17th *

Indianapolis, IN

The Murat Theatre

Aug 19th *

Council Bluffs, IA

Harrah’s Casino

Aug 20th *

Sedalia, MO

Missouri State Fairgrounds

Aug 23rd *

Fargo, ND

The Hub (Outdoors)

Aug 24th *

Sioux Falls, SD

Sioux Falls Arena

Aug 26th *

Louisville, KY

KY State Fair/Cardinal Stadium

Aug 27th *

Waterloo, IA

McElroy Auditorium (Outdoors)

Aug 28th *

St. Paul, MN

Minnesota State Fair

Aug 30th

Youngstown, OH

Wedgewood Entertainment Center

Aug 31st *

Albany, NY

Times Union Center

Sept 1st *

Allentown, PA

The Great Allentown Fair

Sept 3rd *

Hampton Beach, NH

Hampton Beach Casino

Sept 4th *

Bangor, ME

Bangor Waterfront

Sept 5th *

Fitchburg, MA

Central Mass Expo Center

Sept 7th *

Baltimore, MD

Pier Six Concert Pavilion

Sept 9th *

Big Flats, NY

Tag’s Summer Stage

Sept 10th *

Atlantic City, NJ

House of Blues

Sept 11th *

Huntington, WV

Harris Riverfront Park

Sept 13th *

Charlotte, NC

Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre

Sept 14th *

Fayetteville, NC

Crown Coliseum

Sept 16th *

Tulsa, OK

Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino

Sept 17th *

Poplar Bluffs, MS

Black River Coliseum

Sept 18th *

Dayton, OH

Montgomery County Fairgrounds

Sept 29 #

Chattanooga, TN

Memorial Auditorium

Oct. 2 #

Nashville, TN

The Woods at Fontanel

Oct. 4 #

Orlando, FL

Hard Rock Live

Oct. 5 #

St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Amphitheater

Oct. 7 #

Bossier City, LA

Century Link Center

Oct. 11 #

Knoxville, TN

Knoxville Civic Center

Oct. 12 #

Roanoke, VA

Roanoke Civic Center

Oct. 14 #

Tuscaloosa, AL

Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Oct. 15 #

Jackson, MS

Mississippi Coliseum

Oct. 28 #

Beaumont, TX

Ford Center Arena

Oct. 29 #

Corpus Christi, TX

Concrete Street Amphitheater

Nov. 1 #

Rockford, IL

Rockford MetroCentre

Nov. 4 #

Grand Rapids, MI

DeltaPlex

Nov. 9 #

New York, NY

Hammerstein Ballroom

Nov. 12 #

Providence, RI

Providence Performing Arts Center

* Carnival of Madness 2011 Date with Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, Adelita’s Way and Emphatic

# Opening for 3 Doors Down

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