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THEORY OF A DEADMAN SHARE TITLE TRACK “WAKE UP CALL”

Atlantic Records / 604 Records group Theory Of A Deadman has shared “Wake Up Call,” the title track from their upcoming album which arrives on October 27th.  “Wake Up Call” is streaming today on all DSPs and is available as an instant grat download with all pre-orders of WAKE UP CALL.

Earlier this summer Theory unveiled details of their new album WAKE UP CALL (see album art / tracklisting attached), which features the lead single “Rx (Medicate).” The track has ascended the charts to claim the #1 spot at Active Rock Radio and is approaching eight million streams, with over 820,000 streams this week. “Rx (Medicate),” which debuted alongside an in-depth interview with frontman Tyler Connolly on Billboard, is available as an instant grat download with pre-orders for WAKE UP CALL, which are available now at all DSPs and www.theoryofadeadman.com.

Recorded with producer Martin Terefe at London’s Kensaltown Studios, WAKE UP CALL finds Theory – Tyler Connolly (lead vocals, lead guitar), David Brenner (rhythm guitar), Dean Back (bass), and Joey Dandeneau (drums) – extending themselves beyond the easy comforts of complacency to create an album that pushes the songwriting envelope with songs like “Rx (Medicate),” which takes aim at the opioid epidemic impacting families across North America and “PCH,” which juxtaposes the nostalgia for seemingly endless nights with friends and the bitter realities of life.

Furthermore, Theory’s fall headline tour to celebrate WAKE UP CALL is currently underway and will continue through mid-November (see attached itinerary).  Tickets for all remaining dates are on sale now.  For tickets and more information, please visitwww.theoryofadeadman.com.

THEORY ON TOUR 2017

Fall Headline Tour

*Festival Set

OCTOBER

13                           Stroudsburg, PA               Sherman Theater

14                           Albany, NY                          Upstate Concert Hall

15                           Portland, ME                      Aura

17                           Philadelphia, PA               Theatre of Living Arts

18                           Sayreville, NJ                     Starland Ballroom

20                           Baltimore, MD                   Rams Head Live

21                           Charlotte, NC                     The Underground

22                           Asheville, NC                     Orange Peel

24                           Atlanta, GA                         The Masquerade

25                           New Orleans, LA              House of Blues

27                           Tyler, TX                               Clicks

28                           San Antonio, TX                                Aztec Theater

29                           Houston, TX                       House of Blues

31                           Dallas, TX                             Canton Hall

NOVEMBER                                                       

1                              Tulsa, OK                             Cain’s Ballroom

3                              Wichita, KS                          The Cotilion

4                              Lawrence, KS                     Granada

6                              Lincoln, NE                          Bourbon Theatre

7                              Denver, CO                         Gothic

9                              Boise, ID                              Knitting Factory Concert House

10                           Missoula, MT                     The Wilma

11                           Spokane, WA                     Knitting Factory Concert House

13                           Seattle, WA                        Showbox at the Market

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