Canadian post-grungers tour in support of “Savages,” their latest album that Tyler Connolly says is like “Theory of a Deadman on steroids”
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$15 for one ticket to see Theory of a Deadman (up to $29.36 value)
When: Tuesday, June 30, at 8 p.m.
Where: The Aztec Theatre
Door time: 7 p.m.
Theory of a Deadman
Hypothesis of a Deadman: an ambitious rock band with party-ready riffs that slips their demo to Chad Kroeger of Nickelback has a great chance of achieving success
Theory of Theory of a Deadman: with that tasty sonic calzone of post-grunge and rockabilly, the now multi-platinum band topped the charts with hits including “Lowlife” and “Bad Girlfriend”
Fact of a Deadman: lead singer Tyler Connolly says the latest album Savages is “Theory of a Deadman on steroids”