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  1. Classic Rock Magazine
    Feb 7, 2020
    80
    The album tells you everything about what the recently renamed Theory Of A Deadman represent, one thing being class. [Mar 2020, p.87
  2. 60
    With Say Nothing the band takes enough steps to both developing their lyrical content and staying musically contemporary to please hard rock fans who weren’t born when their debut was released and may have no idea who Ted Bundy, or even Nickelback, is.
  3. Feb 7, 2020
    50
    Theory of a Deadman (or just Theory, or TOAD) have never tried to disguise their commercial aspirations, which is probably why they continue to peddle platinum-selling wares, but the polish-to-passion ratio here feels way, way off.
  4. Feb 7, 2020
    40
    Frontman Tyler Connolly spends a little less time moping than previously, and throws in subjects such as domestic violence, racism and politics, but when the musical backing is this over-polished and ultimately mundane, it’s hard to care what he’s singing about.
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  1. Feb 9, 2020
    8
    A different tone this time for the band. If you weren't exactly a fan before I'd give this one a shot.