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Bands similar to Theory of a deadman


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Theory of a deadman are one of my favourite modern rock bands, and listening to that Stellar Revival album it sounded quite like them and is excellent btw, so was wondering if there are any other bands with a similar sound, (probably a silly question as I am aware there are a ton of bands playing this kinda music) but that you would consider to be almost if not as good as TOAD

 

So any suggestions on where to start ? other than Hinder, Nickleback and any other really obvious ones

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Lansdowne released a nice debut (and shit follow-up EP).

 

Like you say, there's a million out there but it's always hard to name them at the drop of a hat.

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Lansdowne released a nice debut (and shit follow-up EP).

 

Like you say, there's a million out there but it's always hard to name them at the drop of a hat.

Yeah as you say, not easy always coming up with names, thanks for that Lansdowne suggestion, will give it a try

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You mean Theory of a Nickelfault? Or Theory of a Nickel Seether Creed? I remember when they were all big names on the radio, but you could never tell which was which.

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I agree with the Lansdowne suggestion. That's a great album. I'd also recommend these if you like that type of music:

 

Angels Fall - Yesterday's Gone

Art of Dying - Vices and Virtues

DoryDrive - Calling on Angels

Emphatic - Another Life, Damage

Pistol Day Parade - Burn

State of Shock - Rock 'n Roll Romance

Throwing Gravity - It's Not the End

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I agree with the Lansdowne suggestion. That's a great album. I'd also recommend these if you like that type of music:

 

Angelsfall - Yesterday's Gone

Art of Dying - Vices and Virtues

DoryDrive - Calling on Angels

Emphatic - Another Life, Damage

Pistol Day Parade - Burn

State of Shock - Rock 'n Roll Romance

Throwing Gravity - It's Not the End

 

Nice ist. I don't know Angelsfall (yet) but the rest are very good/great.

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