Theory of a Deadman's latest album, The Truth Is…, debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard album charts last month, and now the band are topping the Active Rock Chart hitting the #1 spot this week with the first single, “Lowlife.” This is the third #1 single of their career, following “Bad Girlfriend” and “So Happy” from their last album, the platinum-selling Scars & Souvenirs. “Lowlife” has also sold more than 60,000 singles since its release on iTunes. The “Lowlife” video stars Donal Logue (from the hit sitcom Grounded For Life and the underrated, now-cancelled Terriers) as the title character and antihero, and can be seen below:
Theory of a Deadman has been together for over a decade and has created a sound that fans worldwide have embraced through their previous releases: 2008's Scars & Souvenirs, 2005's Gasoline, and 2002's self-titled debut. The band will be heading out on this summer’s Carnival of Madness tour alongside Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, Adelitas Way and Emphatic, beginning August 13 in Twin Lakes, WI. Upon wrapping the Carnival of Madness tour, the band will take a very short break before heading out again to open for 3 Doors Down across America. You can see all the upcoming Theory of a Deadman tour dates on our tour page (Carnival of Madness here, 3 Doors Down/Theory of a Deadman here).