Theory of A Deadman Share New Holiday Track “Missing You This Christmas”

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Today, multi-platinum rock band Theory Of A Deadman has shared their brand-new holiday track “Missing You This Christmas.” 



Elaborating on the track, frontman Tyler Connolly shared, “We’ve never done an original holiday track and for some reason the timing seemed right. Maybe it was all the years of hearing Mariah Carey in Target that sparked the idea.”

“Missing You This Christmas” marks the first new music from Theory Of A Deadman since the arrival of their new studio album, Dinosaur, which was released earlier this year via Roadrunner RecordsDinosaur, Theory’s eighth full-length, features their Top 10 Active Rock Radio hit “Dinosaur” and marks an overall return to form stylistically for the chart-topping Canadian quartet. 

Dinosaur, the follow-up to 2020’s acclaimed album Say Nothing, was produced by Martin Terefe (Jason Mraz, YUNGBLUD) and recorded in Sweden at Atlantis Studios, made famous by ABBA. The 10-track collection features the hard-hitting title track “Dinosaur,” and recent single “Two Of Us (Stuck),” which showcases Theory’s signature wit. Elsewhere on the new album is the recklessly raucous and righteously catchy party song “Ambulance,” the gritty “Medusa (Stone),” and the aggressive “Get In Line.”

Theory Of A Deadman —  the aforementioned Connolly [lead vocals, guitar], Dave Brenner [guitar, backing vocals], Dean Back [bass], and Joey Dandeneau [drums, backing vocals] — will be on tour in the UK through the end of September and will return back to the states for a co-headline run with Skillet deemed the “Rock Resurrection Tour” which will kick off October 20 in Baton Rouge, LA. See below for all upcoming tour dates and visit HERE for more info and to purchase tickets.

With sky-high hooks, riffs as thick as a 2×4, rumbling grooves, and a razor-sharp sense of humor, Theory Of A Deadman have quietly persisted as an unapologetic, unbreakable, and undeniable hard rock force with major multi-platinum hits and countless sold out shows in each of the past two decades. Jamming together in basements throughout high school, the band burst out of their small hometown of North Delta, British Columbia with the self-titled, Theory of a Deadman, during 2002. In addition to the double-platinum breakthrough album Scars & Souvenirs [2008] and gold-certified The Truth Is… [2011], Theory have notched a procession of hits, including the gold-certified “All Or Nothing,” “Bitch Came Back,” and “Lowlife,” platinum-certified “Angel,” “Hate My Life,” and “Not Meant To Be,” double-platinum “Bad Girlfriend,” and triple-platinum “RX (Medicate).” As the biggest smash of their career thus far, the latter hit, off their 2017 album Wake Up Call, marked their third #1 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks Chart and garnered a nomination for “Rock Song of the Year” at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. The award-winning band’s last studio album Say Nothing, featuring the chart-topping and powerful single “History of Violence,” landed at #2 on the Billboard Alternative Albums Chart and #3 on the Rock Albums Chart. Theory Of A Deadman’s impressive catalogue has also logged two Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 and amassed more than 1 billion collective streams on Spotify alone and over 700 million views on their official YouTube. 





10/20 — Baton Rouge, LA — Raising Canes River Center
10/21 — Shreveport, LA — Shreveport Municipal Auditorium
10/22 — San Antonio, TX — Boeing Center at Tech Port
10/24 — Corpus Christi, TX — American Bank Center
10/26 — El Paso, TX — El Paso County Coliseum
10/28 — Rio Rancho, NM — Rio Rancho Events Center
10/29 — Colorado Springs, CO — Broadmoor World Arena
10/31 — West Valley City, UT — Maverik Center
11/1 — Idaho Falls, ID — Mountain America Center
11/3 — Spokane, WA — The Podium
11/4 — Kent, WA — ShoWare Center
11/7 — Billings, MT — MetraPark Arena
11/8 — Bismarck, ND — Bismarck Civic Center Arena
11/10 — Minneapolis, MN — The Armory
11/11 — Brookings, SD — Dacotah Bank Center
11/12 — Waukee, IA — Vibrant Music Hall
11/14 — Grand Rapids, MI — Van Andel Arena
11/15 — Peoria, IL — Peoria Civic Center
11/17 — Youngstown, OH — Covelli Centre
11/18 — Johnstown, PA — 1st Summit Arena at Cambria County War Memorial
11/19 — Mashantucket, CT — Foxwoods Resort Casino
11/21 — Norfolk, VA — Chartway Arena
11/22 — Salem, VA — Salem Civic Center
11/24 — Jacksonville, FL — Daily’s Place Amphitheater
11/25 — Orlando, FL — Orlando Amphitheater
11/28 — Mobile, AL — Mobile Civic Center Theatre
11/30 — Huntsville, AL — Propst Arena – Von Braun Center
12/1 — Spartanburg, SC — Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
12/2 — Johnson City, TN — Freedom Hall Civic Center
12/5 — Fort Wayne, IN — Allen County War Mem. Coliseum
12/6 — Evansville, IN — Ford Center
12/8 — North Little Rock, AR — Simmons Bank Arena
12/9 — Wichita, KS — Hartman Arena





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