Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band from Delta, British Columbia. Formed in 2001, he was discovered by Chad Kroeger, leader of the Canadian group Nickelback. They have a total of four studio albums under the Roadrunner Records label, located in Calabassa, California. P.O.D., Papa Roach and Hoobastank also recorded songs in this same studio. In 2005, the titles Santa Monica, Say Goodbye, No Way Out and No Surprise appear in the soundtrack of the video game Fahrenheit.
Tyler Connolly, the singer, and Dean Back, the bassist, are behind the group formed in high school. They are joined by another guitarist, Dave Brenner, a little brother of a friend of Dean. Their first drummer left the group before the release of the album Gasoline, in 2005. On May 17, 2011, the title Lowlife is published, first extract of the album The Truth Is ..., published in July 2011. April 22 2014, the band releases a new single, Drown, and announces the release of their new album entitled Savages, for July 29th. Before the release of the album, three songs are available: Drown, Savages and Angel.
Tyler Connolly (vocals, guitar) would have slipped a copy of the band's demo (which would become the Invisible Man song) to Kroeger on a post-concert night and the two soon collaborated on songs together. They released their first album Theory of a Deadman on September 17, 2002. The name of the band comes from a song from their first album whose lyrics describe a man preparing to commit suicide. This title is renamed The Last Song>.
On March 29, 2005, Theory of a Deadman released his second album, Gasoline . After the release of the album, the band goes on tour with Shinedown and No Address. Starting March 1st this year, the band will begin a promotional tour featuring Breaking Benjamin and The Exies. The titles of the album Gasoline appeared in the soundtrack of the video game Fahrenheit, released in 2005 and published under the title Indigo Prophecy, in the United States.