Behind The Scenes Of Theory Of A Deadman's "Lowlife" Video!

While you're getting your photos together to audition for Theory of a Deadman's "Bitch Came Back" video, which is filming next Friday in Malibu, CA, check out this behind-the-scenes footage from their last video, for "Lowlife." Theory of a Deadman - The Making of "Lowlife" from Rock Access on Vimeo. Just in case you've never seen it, here's the final "Lowlife" video: You can buy the group's latest CD, The Truth Is..., from iTunes or Amazon, or just listen to it on Spotify..
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Tyler Connolly Talks Theory Of A Deadman's New Album With Billboard

Theory of a Deadman frontman Tyler Connolly talks about the personal experiences that led to the dark lyrical tone of the band's new album, The Truth Is..., in a new article on Connolly tells the writer that many of the songs on The Truth Is..., which came out July 12 and is already a Top Ten album  on Billboard's Top 200, were inspired by his recent divorce. "A lot of it stems from the relationship ending...ending not to my liking, me having to deal with the consequences, continuing life in a strange city, all alone.
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Listen To Your Favorite Roadrunner Albums On Spotify!

The online music-streaming service Spotify recently launched in the US, and while it's presently invite-only, it's pretty easy to get signed up if you want to - and you should. There are three tiers: you can listen to music for free, with commercial interruptions every two or three songs; you can pay $5 a month and hear no commercials; or you can pay $10 a month and get commercial-free music that you can also stream to your phone or iPod.
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Theory Of A Deadman Goes Top 10 With New Album

Theory of a Deadman's fourth album, The Truth Is..., has leapt onto the Billboard Top 200 albums chart at #8, scanning over 37,000 units in its first week. The album also reached the #2 spot on the iTunes Rock Album charts, and the track “Hurricane” hit #9 on the iTunes Rock Songs Chart, selling over 10,000 units without being officially released as a single.
More … Praises Theory Of A Deadman's Sense Of Humor

The new Theory Of A Deadman album, The Truth Is..., gets a solid 4 stars (out of 5) from today, and in the process, the reviewer asks a question that's been bugging us for some time: "When did rock 'n' roll become humorless?" Interestingly, the writer, Rick Florino, doesn't make the obvious argument (and, admittedly, the one we might have made). "Some might argue that the sense of humor was lost with the advent of grunge.
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