Theory of a Deadman are in the midst of wrapping up their summer touring, but there’s still plenty of roads left to be traveled. The rockers are enjoying a solid run in support of ‘The Truth Is …’ album and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon, booking a new batch of dates that will carry them into mid-November.

Theory of a Deadman have already had success with the singles ‘Lowlife,’ ‘Bitch Came Back‘ and ‘Hurricane,’ and are in the process of sending ‘Gentleman’ to radio. ‘Lowlife’ hit No. 1 at radio, followed by a Top 15 run for ‘Bitch Came Back’ and a Top 5 tenure for ‘Hurricane.’

One thing that will make the fall tour special for the band is their new partnership with Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity, which will be specifically aiding with the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles by selling $5 bracelets at their shows to raise funds for the organization. With each bracelet sold, that will help with the goal of eliminating substandard housing and supporting affordable home ownership.

Theory of a Deadman Late Summer and Fall 2012 Tour Dates:

8/16 — Springfield, Ill. — Illinois State Fairgrounds
8/18 — Imperial, Neb. — Chase County Fair and Expo
8/19 — Rapid City, S.D. — Central States Fair
8/21 — Fairbanks, Alaska — Carlson Center Activity Center
8/24 — Palmer, Alaska — Alaska State Fair
8/25 — Grand Junction, Colo. — Rock Jam
9/1 — Syracuse, N.Y. — NY State Fair Chevy Court
9/2 — Rockford, Ill. — On The Waterfront Great Lawn Stage
9/3 — Royal Oak, Mich. — Arts, Beats and Eats Fest 7th & Main
9/5 — Baltimore, Md. — Powerplant Live
9/21 — Honolulu, Hawaii — The Republik
9/23 — Sacramento, Calif. — Discovery Park
9/25 — Yakima, Wash. — Central Washington State Fair
9/28 — Fort Smith, Ark. — Arkansas Oklahoma State Fair
10/4 — Tulsa, Okla. — Tulsa State Fair
10/20 — Elizabeth, Ind. — Horseshoe Casino
10/21 — St. Louis, Mo. — The Pageant
10/23 — Corpus Christi, Texas — Brewster Street Ice House
10/24 — Pharr, Texas — Pharr Entertainment Center
10/25 — Abilene, Texas — Lucky Mule
10/27 — Robinsonville, Miss. — Horseshoe
10/29 — Cleveland, Ohio — House of Blues
10/30 — Traverse City, Mich. — Ground Zero
10/31 — Fort Wayne, Ind. — Piere’s
11/2 — Kenosha, Wis. — Brat Shop
11/3 — Columbus, Ohio — Newport Music Hall
11/4 — Stroudsburg, Pa. — Sherman Theater
11/8 — Charlotte, N.C. — Amos’ Southend
11/9 — Richmond, Va. — The National
11/11 — Flint, Mich. — Machine Shop
11/12 — Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. — Kewadin Casino
11/14 — Rochester, N.Y. — Water Street Music Hall