Theory of a Deadman, O2 ABC Glasgow, 26/4/15


Sunday night was the third time I’d seen Theory of a Deadman, having previously seen them open for Alter Bridge and Black Stone Cherry, and I’ve always thought they were good but that the short time a support act gets held them back from showing how good they really are. So I was interested toSunday night was the third time I’d seen Theory of a Deadman, having previously seen them open for Alter Bridge and Black Stone Cherry, and I’ve always thought they were good but that the short time a support act gets held them back from showing how good they really are. So I was interested to see them headline and see if more time on stage made the difference. Beasts They’re supported on this tour by London based trio Beasts, who were out of their depth in what they said was the biggest show they’d ever played. I’m sure they’re trying hard to make the most of this opportunity but the general consensus from the crowd around me was that a bit less swagger and a bit more work is needed. Theory of a Deadman After what seemed to be the majority of people not enjoying the support the crowd was more than ready for the main act and the volume levels went through the roof as the band took to the stage. As it turned out playing a headline set really did give them the chance to show off their talents as they made their way through a set that included […]

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