THEORY OF A DEADMAN’S
FIRST SINGLE “NOTHING COULD COME BETWEEN US”
IS #1 MOST ADDED AT ROCK RADIO;
BAND’S SELF-TITLED DEBUT SET FOR RELEASE SEPTEMBER 17
ON 604 RECORDS VIA ROADRUNNER RECORDS
THEORY OF A DEADMAN is making tidal waves at radio. The band, whose self-titled debut doesn’t even hit stores until September 17, has garnered the most adds at Active Rock and Mainstream Rock radio with their first single “Nothing Could Come Between Us.” The track received an impressive 28 adds at Active Rock (a tie with established rockers Puddle Of Mudd), as well as 25 adds at Mainstream Rock, making the track #1 Most Added in both formats.
In addition, the band–TYLER CONNOLLY (vocals/guitar), DAVE BRENNER (guitars), DEAN BACK (bass) and TIM HART (drums)–recently shot a video for “Nothing Could Come Between Us,” a song about romantic conflict, with director Glen Bennett (Drowning Pool, Sevendust, and Pennywise) in Vancouver earlier this month. In other news, CONNOLLY also appeared on the single and video for the Chad Kroeger hit song “Hero” from the Spider-Man (Music From and Inspired By) CD, released April 30 in connection with the blockbuster film. “Hero” was recently nominated for an MTV Video Music Award for “Best Video From A Film.”
The THEORY OF A DEADMAN album marks the first release from Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger and Jonathan Simkin’s 604 Records imprint. The group recorded the album at Vancouver’s Greenhouse Studios with Kroeger and Joey Moy (Nickelback, Default) co-producing. The result is ten hard-edged modern rock songs. Preliminary tour dates for THEORY OF A DEADMAN are as follows. Check out www.theoryofadeadman.com, www.roadrunnerrecords.com, or www.604records.com for more information.
Contacts: Kristine Ashton/Dana Gordon/Mitch Schneider at MSO (818-380-0400 or email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org)
Maria Gonzales at Roadrunner Records (310-858-2676 or email@example.com)
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