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  • Performer: Theory Of A Deadman
  • Album: A Conversation With Tyler Connolly And Chad Kroeger
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  • Released: 2002
  • Style: Interview
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Theory Of A Deadman - A Conversation With Tyler Connolly And Chad Kroeger download album

com's Matt Bishop sits down with Theory of a Deadman vocalist/guitarist Tyler Connolly in the Sands Event Center in Bethlehem, PA to talk about the band's upcoming new album, tour plans, and much more.

Checkout my backstage interview with Theory of a Deadman lead singer Tyler Connolly.

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Theory of a Deadman became the first act to sign with Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger's 604 Records imprint in 2001. They released their eponymous debut 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 Gasoline (2005-2007). On March 29, 2005, Theory of a Deadman released their second album, Gasoline. After the release of the album, the band toured with Shinedown and No Address. Tyler Connolly, Theory of a Deadman, 2018. Tyler Connolly – lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar (2001–present). Dave Brenner – rhythm and lead guitar, backing vocals (2001–present). Dean Back – bass, backing vocals (2001–present).

Canadian rock band Theory of a Deadman has recorded material for six studio albums and one extended play (EP), consisting of 80 original songs, 10 acoustic versions of original work, and 11 covers. The band was formed in 2001 in Delta, British Columbia, and signed a recording contract with Chad Kroeger's 604 Records the same year. The group worked with Kroeger on their self-titled debut album which was released in September 2002.

Chad Kroeger, signed Theory of a Deadman to his label, co-produced this album and co-wrote six of the ten songs. So it's not a huge surprise that Theory of a Deadman sounds a lot like Kroeger's band Nickelback. In any case, this is a solidly crafted but fairly conventional album; it lacks that extra spark of creativity, spontaneity, or passion that might compensate for the band's safe, conservative approach to music.

Theory of a Deadman are back on the scene with their new album, 'Savages,' and frontman Tyler Connolly recently took some time to speak with 'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie about the band's latest release. Check out the chat, which also includes discussion of the band's touring plans. Loudwire Nights, Full Metal Jackie. With us on the show Tyler Connolly of Theory of a Deadman talking about the new album 'Savages. Tyler, generally there's a three-year interval between Theory of a Deadman albums. It sounds like you became a recluse to make this album, holding up in your home studio and lyrically immersing yourself in much different subject matter than before. What prompted that change in direction? A little bit of boredom. Probably the fact that I actually grow tired of writing the cliche Theory of a Deadman songs.

Those are the words of Tyler Connolly the front man for the Vancouver band Theory of a Deadman who are tearing up the charts and entertaining crowds throughout the country. Currently on tour with Saliva and Trapt, Tyler took a moment to answer a few questions about songwriting and the new live show. When you begin to write a song, what inspires you? Tyler: I always like to be alone when I get ideas for a song, sometimes I go for a walk or a drive somewhere. Tyler: Not really, I guess you will always feel the pressure of writing hits songs but not enough to chip away at my creativity. Who were your influences when you were learning to play? Tyler: My father had one of those huge record players that doubled as a piece of furniture. He had a lot of old records that I listened to like, The Doors, Led Zeppelin and Supertramp. How do you think your live performances are different from your albums?

Tyler Connolly, frontman of Theory of a Deadman, has Kroeger to thank for just about everything. Then one night at a party Connolly handed a demo tape to Kroeger, which led to an enthusiastic call from the burgeoning musician, who wanted to produce Theory. Kroeger’s contribution didn’t end there

Mike Kroeger (bassist of Nickelback), Tyler Connolly (lead singer/guitarist of Theory of a Deadman), and Matt Cameron (drummer of Soundgarden) appear on the recording. In addition to its digital release, "Hero" was distributed internationally in various CD single and maxi single formats. Theory of a Deadman's "Invisible Man" was included on many of these releases

Tracklist

1 "Nothing Could Come Between Us" (Fade Out)
2 Intro
3 How Did Tyler And Chad Meet?
4 Chad's First Impression Of The Theory Of A Deadman Demos
5 Did Any Of The Demos Make It On The Album?
6 Where Did The Name Theory Of A Deadman Come From?
7 Other Members Of The Band
8 Delta
9 With Nickelback So Busy, How Did Chad Find Time To Work With Theory?
10 Greenhouse Studios
11 When Was The Album Recorded?
12 How Did Chad's Approach To Theory Of A Deadman Differ From Nickelback's?
13 How Would Tyler Describe Chad As A Producer?
14 Did Chad Co-write Any Songs On The Album? If So, Which Ones?
15 Tyler Playing Guitar On "Hero"
16 Spider Man Soundtrack And "Invisible Man"
17 The Story Behind The Lyrics Of "Nothing Could Come Between Us"
18 Theory Of A Deadman Live
19 What Can Audiences Expect Of The Upcoming Nickelback/Theory Of A Deadman Show?
20 The Follow-up To "Nothing Could Come Between Us"
21 Outro
22 Tyler ID
23 Tim ID
24 Dave ID
25 Dean ID
26 Band ID
27 "Nothing Could Come Between Us"

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Licensed From – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Licensed To – Roadrunner Records
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production

Credits

  • Interviewee – Chad Kroeger, Tyler Connolly
  • Interviewer – Robb Robson

Notes

Issued in a cardboard sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC09231
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A270360-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9713