Theory Of A Deadman Announce Fall 2015 Tour With Aranda, Pop Evil & We Are Harlot

Theory Of A Deadman have announce a fall 2015 tour with Aranda. Pop Evil and We Are Harlot will also perform on select dates.


Tour Dates:

10/09 Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note
10/10 Tulsa, OK @ Tulsa State Fair
10/11 Little Rock, AR @ Juanita’s
10/13 Jackson, MS @ Mississippi State Fair
10/14 Destin, FL @ Club LA (with We Are Harlot)
10/16 Myrtle Beach, SC @ House Of Blues (with We Are Harlot)
10/17 Swansboro, NC @ Carteret County Speedway (with We Are Harlot)
10/18 Charleston, SC @ Music Farm (with We Are Harlot)
10/20 Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theater (with Pop Evil)
10/21 Jacksonville, FL @ Maverick’s
10/23 Youngstown, OH @ Rodeo Music Hall (with We Are Harlot)
10/24 Richmond, VA @ The National (with We Are Harlot)
10/25 Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall (with We Are Harlot)
10/27 Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop (with We Are Harlot)
10/31 Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom (with Pop Evil)
11/01 Wichita, KS @ The Cotillion (with Pop Evil)
11/03 Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s (with Pop Evil)
11/04 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live! (with Pop Evil)
11/06 Niagara Falls, NY @ Rapids Theatre
11/07 Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
11/08 Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues (with Pop Evil)
11/10 Peoria, IL @ Limelight (with Pop Evil)
11/12 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave (with Pop Evil)
11/13 Green Bay, WI @ The Sandlot Entertainment Complex
11/14 Sioux City, IA @ Anthem @ Hard Rock Hotel (with Pop Evil)

Three People Injured After Ceiling Falls At Theory Of A Deadman Concert

Three people were injured during Theory Of A Deadman’s show in Minneapolis, Minnesota last night, after a 30X30 ft. piece of ceiling fell at the First Avenue club. According to ABC affiliate KSTP, extra weight was added to the ceiling after a busted pipe spilled water onto it. This, combined with vibrations from the band’s instruments, caused the collapse.


The band left the stage after the fall, and 750 fans were evacuated. Two of the three that were injured went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Theory Of A Deadman have since issued the following statement about the incident:

“As some of you may be aware or may have witnessed, there was a partial ceiling collapse during our show last night at the First Avenue music venue in Minneapolis. At this time, we have been provided no details as to the cause of the collapse. As with all of our shows, our primary concern is for the safety of all involved; our fans, our crew, the venue staff and anyone and everyone else who may be in attendance. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who may have been injured or otherwise adversely affected by this unfortunate incident. Our sincerest thanks go out to the First Avenue staff, the Minneapolis Fire Department, the paramedics and all the other wonderful people who lent their swift assistance in helping others during the aftermath. We wish the injured a full and speedy recovery. We wish First Avenue a quick turnaround in re-opening the doors of their legendary venue. We look to returning to Minneapolis as soon as possible to play for our amazing friends and fans.”

Members of 3 Pill Morning were present at the concert and caught the following footage of the collapse:

Concert Review: Theory Of A Deadman Rocks Santa Cruz, CA

Last night (June 22), I attended the Theory Of A Deadman concert at The Catalyst, in Santa Cruz, CA. The band opened up with the hard rocking track “Panic Room,” from their latest album Savages, and then proceeded to play songs spanning their whole career.


Fans went crazy when the band played older hits like “Santa Monica,” and “No Surprise,” from their Gasoline album. The crowd also really responded to the several newer songs that they played including: “Drown,” “Angel,” and the Savages title track.


The highlights of the night came in the form of “Bad Girlfriend,” and “Hate My Life,” both from the Scars & Souvenirs album. These fan favorites really got the crowd moving/singing, and helped solidify the set list.


As for the opening act, Shaman’s Harvest, they brought their own brand of southern rock to the show. They were a great opening act, and are defiantly worth checking out. Highlights from their set include their performances of “Dragonfly,” “Danger,” and “Country As Fuck.”