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Theory of a Deadman Biography

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Birth Place: Delta, British Columbia, Canada
Years Active: 2001-present
Genres: Alternative Metal, Post-grunge

Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band from Delta, British Columbia, formed in 2001.

They released their self-titled debut album “Theory of a Deadman” on September 17, 2002. On March 29, 2005, they released their second album, “Gasoline.” Songs from “Gasoline” appeared in the soundtrack of the 2005 video game Fahrenheit, which was released under the title "Indigo Prophecy" in the United States.

The band performed the theme song to World Wrestling Entertainment's “No Way Out 2006” pay-per-view, a cover version of "Deadly Game" from the “WWE Anthology” album. The song was released on the “WWE Wreckless Intent” album. They also did a cover of "No Chance In Hell," the theme tune for Vince McMahon. The song was released on “WWE The Music, Vol. 8” on March 25, 2008.

On April 1, 2008, Theory of a Deadman released their third album, “Scars & Souvenirs,” from which they released eight singles, "So Happy", "By the Way", "Little Smirk", "Bad Girlfriend", "All or Nothing", "Hate My Life", "Not Meant to Be" and "Wait for Me". The song "By the Way" features vocals from Chris Daughtry.

On April 6, 2008, they appeared at the Juno Awards in Calgary, Alberta. Theory of a Deadman also performed in the 96th Grey Cup halftime show, along with Suzie McNeil and Andree Watters, on November 23, 2008.

On April 9, 2009 “Scars & Souvenirs” was certified gold by the RIAA, with sales reaching 500,000 copies in the U.S. alone.