Sep 242018
 

The Devil Wears Prada has signed a deal with Solid State Records for its next album. Details about the band’s label debut will be announced soon.

The Devil Wears Prada has also announced the second leg of its very special anniversary tour this fall. The band is extending its trek celebrating the upcoming tenth anniversary of its landmark third studio album, “With Roots Above And Branches Below”The Devil Wears Prada will play the record — which arrived on May 5, 2009 via Ferret Music — in its entirety.

The first leg of the tour kicks off on September 27 in Seattle and runs through October 12 in Springfield, Missouri. The trek includes several stops in Canada. The second leg launches on November 23 in Chicago and wraps on December 16 in The Devil Wears Prada‘s native Ohio. Support on both the first and second legs will come from Fit For A King and ’68. Continue reading »

Jun 212017
 

‘Worldwide’, the new video from The Devil Wears Prada, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band’s latest album, “Transit Blues”, which was released last October via Rise Records.

The band retreated to both Watertown, Wisconsin and Sawyer, Michigan to write “Transit Blues”, for the first time living and creating in a shared, full-time space. They re-teamed with “Space” producer Dan Korneff (Pierce The Veil, Motionless In White) in the spring of 2016 to record the 11-track effort. Overall, the album reflects themes of transition, separation, and mourning.

Speaking about the direction of “Transit Blues”The Devil Wears Prada vocalist Mike Hranica told Clrvynt: “When I hear older Prada recordings and such, this super-clean Auto-Tune bullshit kicks in, and I kind of quiver. Like, ‘Why is that there? What’s the point?’ Continue reading »

Jan 142017
 

Killswitch Engage released the 2-disc, Blu-ray and CD package “Beyond The Flames: Home Video Vol. II” in November 2016. The band is pleased to announce that “Beyond The Flames” is available digitally now. “Beyond The Flames” is available for purchase here.

“Beyond The Flames: Home Video Vol. II” is a treasure trove of gripping content, featuring over 3.5 hours of footage. It is a complete piece that is sure to delight KsE fans, due the compelling history of the band and the honesty with which the story is told.

At the heart of this release is the 75-minute documentary that chronicles the return of original vocalist Jesse Leach, after nearly a decade away, to the band he helped form back in 1999. Continue reading »

The Devil Wears Prada – “Space” EP

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Dec 272016
 

thedevilwearspradaspaceepThe American Metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada is back with their second EP called ‘The Space EP’. Since the very beginning of the band in 2005, they released 6 albums and 1 other EP. Their first cd was called ‘Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord’ and ceme out in 2006. However, the most remembering album was ‘Plaques’ (2007) and was their great breaktrough with song like ‘HTML Rulez DOOd’ and ‘Hey John What Is Your Name’. In 2010 they released an EP called ‘The Zombie EP’ (2010) and that one was focused on one theme. After two more albums and five years they decided to make another theme-based EP: The Space EP (2015).

Planet A is the first song of The Space EP and is a great opening song that lets see what you can expect of the rest of the EP: a lot of variation of metalcore and nice breakdowns with a mix of clean vocals and some raw screams. Continue reading »

Oct 092016
 

thedevilwearspradaband2016colornew_638_767‘The Condition’, a brand new song from The Devil Wears Prada, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s new album, “Transit Blues”, which is released last friday (October 7) via Rise Records.

The band retreated to both Watertown, Wisconsin and Sawyer, Michigan last winter to write “Transit Blues”, for the first time living and creating in a shared, full time space. They re-teamed with “Space” producer Dan Korneff (Pierce The Veil, Motionless In White) in the spring of 2016 to record the 11-track effort. Overall, the album reflects themes of transition, separation, and mourning. Continue reading »