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Breaking Benjamin Announces 2020 Summer Tour with BUSH, THEORY, Saint Asonia and Cory Marks

Following the recent wrap-up of their North American co-headline arena tour with Korn, multiplatinum band BREAKING BENJAMIN have announced their 2020 US summer tour. Produced by Live Nation the tour, which kicks off July 15th with very special guest opener BUSH as well as THEORY OF A DEADMAN, SAINT ASONIA and CORY MARKS, will include stops at Jones Beach, Hartford, …

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THEORY Guitarist Dave Brenner Shares Details Behind New Album ‘Say Nothing’

It is no secret that we’ve found, Say Nothing, the forthcoming new album from THEORY (Theory Of A Deadman) absolutely brilliant [Album Review can be found HERE]. In fact, we feel that it is some of the band’s most thought-provoking and inspiring music to date. THEORY has shown enormous growth …

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THEORY Showcase Their Emotional And Political Side With New Album ‘Say Nothing’

THEORY (Theory Of A Deadman) is gearing up for the release of their seventh studio album, Say Nothing, on January 31st via Atlantic Records and this album is without a doubt some of the band’s most political and emotional to date. Much of the band’s previous material focused on relationships …

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THEORY Announces U.S. Spring Headlining Tour

Ahead of the release of their seventh studio album Say Nothing, out January 31st via Atlantic Records, multi-platinum band THEORY (Theory Of A Deadman) has announced a U.S. headlining spring tour. In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, the band has partnered with PLUS1 so $1 from every ticket sold for the upcoming outing will go to support organizations dedicated to breaking the …

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Theory Releases New Single ‘Strangers’ Addressing America’s Political Divisiveness

Multi-platinum band THEORY (Theory Of A Deadman) has released their new single “Strangers” from their forthcoming studio album Say Nothing, out January 31st via Atlantic Records. Addressing the current tense state of American politics and the divisive nature of our culture, “Strangers” strikes a chord with its thought-provoking prose, calling …

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