Theory of a Deadman returns with "Scars & Souvenirs"

by professor.knowsitall@evpl on Thursday, September 4 2008, 10:36am. Viewed 909 times.

Theory of a DeadmanI've been following Theory of a Deadman since their self-titled 2002 debut.  Their latest album, Scars & Souvenirs, shows the band continues to improve with age.

There are essentially two types of songs on the new album:

  1. Slower, melodic power ballads
  2. Driving, aggressive testosterone-fueled rock!!!

Seems like it could get a bit monotonous, doesn't it?  Not at all!  The album is a blast from start to finish, with plenty of catchy riffs and "interesting" lyrics.

If you're a fan of the genre, I highly recommend this album!

Also, Theory of a Deadman will be performing an all-ages concert at Woody's on Thursday, September 11; all Evansville Police, Firefighters, and EMTs get free admission.  For more info, check out 103GBF's website.

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on Thursday, September 4 2008, 3:39pm

I also have been a fan of theirs for awhile now and have loved all of their CD's so far. I recently checked out their new CD but have not gotten a chance to review it yet. After reading your post I am anxious to hear it and I am sure I will like it just the same.

on Thursday, September 11 2008, 11:17am

Tonight's the concert!!!  Anybody going???

ramses91 wrote
on Friday, September 12 2008, 4:58pm

I just got into Theory of a Deadman when "So Happy" was released. Luckily, the local libraries have copies of their older CD's. Those guys rock!

BennyWhatever wrote
on Friday, September 12 2008, 5:29pm

I'm seeing then Sunday in Louisville!  Very excited.

on Monday, September 15 2008, 10:09pm

I wanted to see them Thursday, but ended up not going.

@CircMaidenT: Did you see them Thursday?

@ramses91: Definitely check out their older stuff.  I was gonna list a couple of my favorite tracks, looking thru them on my computer here, but can't really narrow it down to just a few!

@BennyWhatever: How were they live??  (And where did you see them??)