Theory of a Deadman Premiere New Album, ‘Savages’


Canadian hard-rock band Theory of a Deadman will release their new album, ‘Savages,’ on July 29 via Roadrunner Records. In anticipation, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere the entire album stream right here, right now. Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

To pre-order ‘Savages,’ visit iTunes or Roadrunner Records’ webstore. For more on Theory of a Deadman, visit their website and follow them on Facebook.

FOR MORE: Watch the lyric video for the title track, which features a guest appearance by shock-rock legend Alice Cooper.


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  • Devin

    It is a little different from what I’m used to from them but I’m loving it more and more every time I hear it.

  • Chris Jutting

    This album is a bit more processed sound then their previous albums, but is still that Theory sound I love.

  • Jenny Healy

    Love the new album. Angel’s the best but that could soon change. We love Theory of a dead man from Botswana, Africa.

  • Hnatman

    Anything from these guys is an improvement over their last album. This one seems to be back to form!!

    • metalhead65

      how could not like the last album? that was one of the best records ever! this one rocks without sounding like anything they have done before.

  • Dylan

    I’m honestly surprised. I have never liked Theory of a Deadman because they are to radio-friendly for me (I often call them Nickelback Jr for a few reasons). But besides that stupid Country Song, this album is not bad. It sounds like they grew some balls and decided to write some decent lyrics backed by a band that doesn’t play the same riff or drum fill over and over. Nice job.

  • lasvegasforever

    I absolutely love that they are trying to get back to their original sound from their first album and from Gasoline! So much better than the last album…

  • ChrissyF

    I’ve been waiting on pins and needles for this to come out the end of this month….and this proves it is well worth the wait!!!
    I have every TOAD CD and I’ve seen them in concert 7 times, but I think this may be the best yet!!!
    Looking forward to the 29th more so now!!!!

  • Could have been worse

    Musically it’s pleasant…. lyrics are unrefined as a high school angst filled mess. Often times finding myself cringing at the word choices or the desperate attempts at chorus “anthems” I don’t want this to sound like it’s negative criticism, just constructive. I do enjoy TOAD and I guess maybe I had hoped they would have matured lyrically since they have musically. At least not every song isn’t whining about a female so that’s a good thing.

  • david

    drown is the only good song on the album. one thing TOAD needs to do is stay away from is slow and/or acoustic songs as they sound awful

  • Smiles

    I love it!

  • Chris Haughton

    This album sucks, their worst album. It is not getting back to their earlier stuff, this is like a polished turd. They have had 3 very strong albums. Their last was ok, this one is weak. Drown is the best song and it ain’t even good.

    • Tony Jiang

      no no no the last one was clearly worse

  • NobleMusician

    Darker that the others albums they did… the best one so far to me