Theory of a Deadman announce 'Wake Up Call' and fall tour
Theory of a Deadman/YouTube

Theory of a Deadman has announced big news for their fans taking place this fall. The Canadian rock band is not only embarking on a 33-city tour, they will release sixth album Wake Up Call on Oct. 27, 2017 via Roadrunner Records. It's the follow-up to 2014's full-length Savage which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts. The upcoming record is met by lead single "Rx" which was released on July 27. AXS has tickets to Theory of a Deadman dates here.

The band will begin its trek on Sept. 29 in Minneapolis, Minnesota and will reach from the northeast corner of the United States to the northwest with several dates spanning Oklahoma and Texas. Theory of a Deadman will visit Columbus, St. Louis, Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta and Houston before concluding on Nov. 13 in Seattle, Washington.

Theory of a Deadman's forthcoming record Wake Up Call was produced by Martin Terefe who has also worked Jason Mraz, Train and Mary J. Blige. The sound of the new album may come as a surprise to fans as the band is dialing back the heavier rock they are used to recording for a poppier turn thanks to Tyler Connolly learning to play the piano. The new single "Rx" tunes in to the inspiration found in writing songs on a piano, taking on the heavy topic of prescription drug use plaguing society.

Wake Up Call can be preordered through retailers. Get news, information and tickets to upcoming events here at AXS.

Theory of a Deadman 2017 fall tour dates:
Sept. 29 - Minneapolis, MN (Skyway)
Sept. 30 - Des Moines, IA (7 Flags Event Center)
Oct. 1 - Janesville, WI (Sonic Boom)
Oct. 3 - Columbus, OH (Express Live!)
Oct. 4 - St. Louis, MO (Delmar Hall)
Oct. 6 - Indianapolis, IN (Deluxe at Old National Centre)
Oct. 7 - Detroit, MI (St. Andrews Hall)
Oct. 8 - Grand Rapids, MI (Intersection)
Oct. 10 - Cincinnati, OH (Bogart's)
Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH (House of Blues Cleveland)
Oct. 13 - Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theater)
Oct. 14 - Clifton Park, NY (Upstate Concert Hall)
Oct. 15 -Portland, ME (Aura)
Oct. 17 - Philadelphia, PA (Theatre of Living Arts)
Oct. 18 - Sayreville, NJ (Starland Ballroom) (Get tickets here)
Oct. 20 - Baltimore, MD (Rams Head Live!) (Get tickets here)
Oct. 21 - Charlotte, NC (The Underground)
Oct. 22 - Asheville, NC (Orange Peel)
Oct. 24 - Atlanta, GA (The Masquerade)
Oct. 25 - New Orleans, LA (House of Blues New Orleans)
Oct. 27 - Tyler, TX (Click's)
Oct. 28 - San Antonio, TX Aztec Theatre)
Oct. 29 - Houston, TX (House of Blue Houston)
Oct. 31 - Dallas, TX (Canton Hall)
Nov. 1 - Tulsa, OK (Cain's Ballroom)
Nov. 3 - Wichita, KS (The Cotillion)
Nov. 4 - Lawrence, KS (Granada)
Nov. 6 - Lincoln, NE (Bourbon Theatre)
Nov. 7 - Englewood, CO (Gothic Theatre) (Get tickets here)
Nov. 9 - Boise, ID (Knitting Factory Concert House)
Nov. 10 - Missoula, MT (The Wilma)
Nov. 11 - Spokane, WA (Knitting Factory)
Nov. 13 - Seattle, WA (Showbox at the Market) (Get tickets to here)