Posts Tagged ‘The Devil Wears Prada’

NEWS: Steel Panther and 40+ more bands join Download Festival 2017!


Donington’s Download Festival is known for being the premium rock and metal festival for the UK, and they’re certainly on track of maintaining that reputation for 2017. The organisers have just confirmed over 40 more bands to join the bill.

The latest names to join the festival bill include A Day To Remember, Steel Panther, Northlane, The King Blues, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Casey, Moose Blood, and more.

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INTERVIEW: The Devil Wears Prada (06/12/2016)


Ohio metalcore mob The Devil Wears Prada are celebrating 10 years since their first record this year, and are still strongly contributing to the scene with their new album ‘Transit Blues’. We caught up with vocalist Mike Hranica while they were in the UK on the ‘Rise Up’ Tour with Silverstein and Memphis May Fire to chat about the new album and their plans for the future.

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PLAYLIST: Zombie / The Walking Dead

With the seventh season of AMC‘s hit horror drama series The Walking Dead pretty much at our doorsteps, premiering in the US and the UK over the next couple of days, we started cranking on our zombie and end of the world related tunes.

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ALBUM: The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues


Release Date: October 7th 2016
Label: Rise Records


Metalcore denarians The Devil Wears Prada are back with ‘Transit Blues’, a record about travelling which agonises over the distances created, while also celebrating the adventure promised. Through 11 incredible metalcore tracks, the listener is treated to a fly-by of the entire world as the band sees it, as though they were a passenger on the tour bus. Rarely has homesickness been so listenable.

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VIDEO: The Devil Wears Prada – To The Key Of Evergreen


The release of their sixth album ‘Transit Blues’ is only a few more days away now, and Ohio metalcore troupe The Devil Wears Prada are continuing to whet our appetite for the release by unveiling a video for their song ‘To The Key Of Evergreen’, the second single to be cut from the LP.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘To The Key Of Evergreen’ below:

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NEWS: The Devil Wears Prada announce new album, ‘Transit Blues’!


Ohio based metalcore unit The Devil Wears Prada have just confirmed the upcoming release of what will be their sixth full-length studio album, titled ‘Transit Blues’. The record is set for an October 7th 2016 release date via Rise Records, and follows up last year’s ‘Space’ EP.

You can find the artwork and full track listing for the album below:

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NEWS: Rise Records acts detail co-headline UK tour for Nov/Dec 2016!


A trio of some of Rise Records‘ most adored acts have just been confirmed to be heading out on a co-headline tour across the UK as part of a full European stint towards the end of the year. Canadian troupe Silverstein, Ohio’s The Devil Wears Prada, and metalcore outfit Memphis May Fire will be switching the headline spot each night.

You can find all UK dates of the tour listed below:

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VIDEO: The Devil Wears Prada – Daughter


Metalcore heavy hitters The Devil Wears Prada have now unveiled the video to accompany the band’s brand new track, ‘Daughter’. The song is the first taste of their forthcoming new LP, details of which are yet to be announced.

You can give the video for ‘Daughter’ a watch below:

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NEWS: The Devil Wears Prada part ways with drummer, Daniel Williams!


Ohio based metalcore troupe The Devil Wears Prada have announced today that they have parted ways with drummer, Daniel Williams. Along with being the band’s drummer, Williams was also one of the founding members of the band, having performed on all five of the band’s full-length records.

You can read the full statement published by the band via their Facebook account below:

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FEATURE: The MySpace Generation: Where Are They Now?

In February, the social media giant that is Facebook celebrated their 12 year anniversary. Back before the days when Facebook ruled the roost (yeah, we’re going back a bit now), MySpace was the social media daddy.

Sure, if you were a regular MySpace user, you probably recall the intense amounts of huge fake hair with multiple colours, the range of ‘scene’ names where you’d include anything mildly gory or dangerous if it wasn’t “RAWR”, whore trains, a plethora of bulletins asking for PC4PC/S4S/W4W/etc or telling you to repost something or you’ll die, amongst others. However, one of the things that kept MySpace such a interesting prospect from its inception to its dwindling demise from about 2008 onwards was what it did for music.

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