Say Nothing - Theory of a Deadman

Say Nothing

Theory of a Deadman

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2020-01-31
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2019

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Black Hole In Your Heart Theory of a Deadman 3:34 USD 1.29
2
History of Violence Theory of a Deadman 3:54 USD 1.29
3
Affluenza Theory of a Deadman 3:36 USD 1.29
4
Say Nothing Theory of a Deadman 3:36 USD 1.29
5
Strangers Theory of a Deadman 3:25 USD 1.29
6
Ted Bundy Theory of a Deadman 3:32 USD 1.29
7
World Keeps Spinning Theory of a Deadman 3:34 USD 1.29
8
Quicksand Theory of a Deadman 3:00 USD 1.29
9
White Boy Theory of a Deadman 4:10 USD 1.29
10
It's All Good Theory of a Deadman 2:33 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Ted bundy was a good song

    5
    By tigerdorsal
    YAY
  • What happened?

    1
    By srv lover
    How do they get away with a “rock” genre tag?...both the writing and the music/mix is not great when compared to anything prior to the last album (although Say Nothing has FAR better writing). What happened to them? This isn’t “evolving” or “changing their sound” - they flat out ABANDONED HARD ROCK. I used to love them because they gave off the same vibe that the old Hinder did...they literally put up a middle finger to the mainstream and dropped rock anthems about stuff they cared about. Even the heavier topics (like politics) were discussed on heavy rock songs. They completely gave up on it and turned their back on the fans they had from day one. They are spitting in the face of everything they used to be and everything their music stood for. As for those who are upset with reviewers giving single star reviews- we are allowed our opinions. I’m not saying the music is horrendous; however, it IS terrible for Theory. When compared to their other albums, this album is soulless and is a literal slap in the face to the band’s original values (which they had built a fanbase on). Don’t be surprised when your loyal fans get upset when you literally COMPLETELY CHANGE GENRES. That would be like Taylor Swift going rap or metal (at least country to pop wasnt a huge change)...would you really expect all fans to just chill and enjoy the changes?...come on. Just because you like the changes doesn’t mean that everybody else does. As a long time fan myself, I REALLY hope they take the criticism and low reviews as a sign to actually talk about the changes in their sound and where THEY want to be. At least then, the old fans know when to jump off the wagon.
  • What happened?

    2
    By WinndixieMEMBER
    Other than “Ted Bundy” this is by far their weakest album and idk why they keep going in this new direction that’s clearly not working out
  • Gone soft.....?

    3
    By kryp2nite*angel
    Will always love Theory. Their lyrics always hit close to home and are true and authentic. However I do miss the rock / metal vibe they used to have on their previous records but the lyrics on this album still rock!
  • Theory of a Deadband most accurate description I've seen yet

    1
    By Troublco
    What used to be an awesome rock band has devolved into a PC pop band. I can partially understand having some lighter "message" songs in the mix, but to totally abandon what got them to where they were for what they do now makes no sense to me.
  • TEAM EDGE

    4
    By Seth_Craft
    Too many curse words
  • You’re all morons

    5
    By Blackhawk0223
    If you idiots couldn’t see this coming, man you lives are pretty pathetic. You nimrods have no understanding of music what so ever.
  • Fantastic, maybe not for some

    5
    By Riotjaymz
    This album is a little more laid back but it’s great overall. Not sure what folks are upset about. It’s a good mix between classic TOADM and newer TOADM.
  • Man

    1
    By double pedaling monster
    Gezzzz... guys go back to old school theory of a deadman
  • I’m done

    1
    By Rychelover-80s
    I made the mistake to buy the album to give them one more chance. They no longer have an edge and are just cookie cutter elevator music. Bye

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