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Weekend Poll: How Many New Songs Should A Band Play Live?

Weekend Poll: How Many New Songs Should A Band Play Live?

A lot of Roadrunner bands have new albums out or coming soon: <a href="/artists/TheoryOfADeadman" target="_blank"><strong>Theory of a Deadman</strong></a> and <a href="/artists/Trivium" target="_blank"><strong>Trivium</strong></a>'s latest are already out, and <a href="/artists/DreamTheater" target="_blank"><strong>Dream Theater</strong></a>, <a href="/artists/Opeth" target="_blank"><strong>Opeth</strong></a>, and <a href="/artists/MachineHead" target="_blank"><strong>Machine Head</strong></a> will all be releasing hotly anticipated new albums in September. Many of these bands will also be hitting the road in support of their new music, too (check our <a href="/tour" target="_blank">tour page</a> for dates).
Theory Of A Deadman's "Lowlife" #1 On Active Rock Radio

Theory Of A Deadman's "Lowlife" #1 On Active Rock Radio

<p>Theory of a Deadman's latest album, <em>The Truth Is&hellip;</em>, debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard&nbsp;album charts<em>&nbsp;</em>last month, and now the band are topping the Active Rock Chart hitting the #1 spot this week with the first single, &ldquo;Lowlife.&rdquo;&nbsp;This is the third #1 single of their career, following &ldquo;Bad Girlfriend&rdquo; and &ldquo;So Happy&rdquo; from their last album, the platinum-selling <em>Scars &amp; Souvenirs.</em> &ldquo;Lowlife&rdquo; has also sold more than 60,000 singles since its release on iTunes. The &ldquo;Lowlife&rdquo; <a href="http://www.youtube.com/roadrunnerrecords#p/u/9/29RnY0H7cj4" target="_blank">video</a> stars <strong>Donal Logue</strong> (from the hit sitcom&nbsp;<em>Grounded For Life</em> and the underrated, now-cancelled <em>Terriers</em>) as the title character and antihero, and&nbsp;can be seen below:<br /><br /> <object width="560" height="349" data="http://www.youtube.com/v/29RnY0H7cj4?version=3&amp;hl=en_US&amp;rel=0" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"> <param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" /> <param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always" /> <param name="src" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/29RnY0H7cj4?version=3&amp;hl=en_US&amp;rel=0" /> <param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /> </object> <br /><br /></p> <p><strong>Theory of a Deadman</strong> has been together for over a decade and has created a sound that fans worldwide have embraced through their previous releases: 2008's&nbsp;<em>Scars &amp; Souvenirs</em>, 2005's&nbsp;<em>Gasoline</em>, and 2002's self-titled debut.&nbsp;The band will be heading out on this summer&rsquo;s Carnival of Madness tour alongside <strong>Alter Bridge</strong>, <strong><a href="/artists/BlackStoneCherry" target="_blank">Black Stone Cherry</a></strong>, <strong>Adelitas Way</strong> and <strong>Emphatic</strong>, beginning August 13 in Twin Lakes, WI.
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