Theory of a Deadman and Skillet have announced additional dates on their co-headlining Rock Resurrection Tour, with support from Saint Asonia. The bands will be coming to the Salem Civic Center on Wednesday, Nov. 22, and tickets are on sale now.
“We are so excited to be touring with our friends from Theory again,” Skillet’s John Cooper said. “It’s been several years since our last tour together, and this time we are also joined by our friends in Saint Asonia. We are looking forward to joining forces for a super-charged rock show. Panheads get ready.”
Skillet is a popular 21st century rock band. The band has been nominated for a Grammy Award twice. Its 11th full-length album is Dominion.
“I call it positive rebellion,” Cooper said. “It’s a rebellion against those internal elements such as fear and anxiety. It’s a rebellion against external forces wanting you to be something you don’t want to be. It’s a celebration of the freedom we have in our lives. It’s very anti-establishment. It’s a rally call to stand up for what you believe in and not be silenced.”
Theory of a Deadman’s catalog has logged two Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 and amassed more than 1 billion collective streams on Spotify alone and over 675 million views on their official YouTube.
“We’re super stoked to be touring with our good friends in Skillet and Saint Asonia,” Theory of a Deadman’s front man Tyler Connolly said. “We’re also really looking forward to playing new material for our fans!!”
-The Salem Times-Register