Imagine a musical style that blends present-day hard rock with classic rock elements into a unique, hard-hitting sound all its own. The Sammus Theory has done just that. Beginning in the small town of Idaho Falls in 2001 by front man and song-writer Sammus, The Sammus Theory was a diamond in the rough, which was soon to be polished. In 2004, Sammus moved to Phoenix, Arizona to extend the reach of The Sammus Theory to a bigger scene.
Sitting low for ten months, Sammus began to hone in on the unique style of the music and started writing new material. In January of 2005, the project was signed to independent label OCI Records of Phoenix, Arizona.
"I personally felt we had a 'tiger by the tail' opportunity with this project", said Glen O'Hara, president of the label.
Recording at Porcupine Studios for eight months, OCI Records released The Sammus Theory's debut album "Man Without Eyes" into national distribution. The album charted on over 30 rock stations and was added to the playlists of more than 280 college and commercial rock stations nation-wide.
The Sammus Theory released a follow up EP titled "Something Special" in July of 2006, then followed up with multiple shows in California, Arizona, and Idaho.
Now releasing a second full-length album on May 1st, 2007, performing on Last Call with Carson Daly in Late May of 2007, and preparing for a tour of the western states in May and June, The Sammus Theory raises the bar for hard rock.