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Theory Of A Deadman Reveal New Video

THEORY OF A DEADMAN have revealed an evocative new video for Wicked Game, their cover of the Chris Isaak classic, taken from the band’s current studio album, Wake Up Call, out now via Atlantic Records. Check it out above.

The Canadian rockers are prepping for three UK shows later this month. Catch them at the following dates:

Tue 24th Apr – LONDON – KOKO
Wed 25th Apr – GLASGOW – Garage
Thu 26th Apr – MANCHESTER – O2 Academy 2

Tickets are on sale now here for London & Manchester and here for Glasgow.

THEORY…’s video for lead track, Rx (Medicate), took aim at the current opioid epidemic impacting many American families and communities and has now racked up a colossal 27 million YouTube views

Recorded with producer Martin Terefe at London’s Kensal Town Studios, Wake Up Call found THEORY – Tyler Connolly (lead vox, lead guitar), David Brenner (rhythm guitar), Dean Back (bass) and Joey Dandeneau (drums) – crafting an album sonically different to their previous work. The band tell us: “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. Wake Up Call reflects a positive change in our sound moving forward. We created this record from a place of complete freedom. It felt like a natural one, as well. This is a new chapter for us and the live shows will reflect that. Visually and musically we’re gonna step it up and are so excited for our fans to see and hear the new THEORY.”

Wake Up Call follows 2014’s Savages, which earned THEORY their second consecutive Top 10 album on the US Billboard 200 and third consecutive #1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums chart.

For more general info on THEORY OF A DEADMAN, click on the official website here.

Theory Of A Deadman band image on header – credit Jimmy Fontaine

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