The Devil Wears Prada Band

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Eric Wilson, Jul 15, 2016.

  1. Eric Wilson

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    The Devil Wears Prada is an American metalcore band from Dayton, Ohio formed in 2005. It consists of members Mike Hranica (vocals, additional guitar), Jeremy DePoyster (rhythm guitar, vocals), Kyle Sipress (lead guitar, backing vocals), and Andy Trick (bass). - Wikipedia
     
  2. Eric Wilson

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    New song.

     
  3. DeviantRogue

    Take arms, it'll all blow over Prestigious

    New song shreds.
     
  4. Jake W

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    New song is great.
     
  5. The Mysterious

    Yes...but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts

    Where are Mike's lows? Musically this is pretty good, but vocally there's not too much going for it.
     
  6. marsvoltamcr

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    Sounds like standard TDWP to me. That's not a bad thing at all. These guys are one of the only bands left from the 06-08 era of Metalcore that haven't really budged from their signature sound.
     
  7. goosetoph

    u wut m8?

    New record is called Transit Blues and is out October 7. I love the new song.
     
  8. The Mysterious

    Yes...but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts

    Interesting album title. Not much idea of what to expect from this release, given their last 3.
     
  9. marsvoltamcr

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    Can't wait!
     
  10. Eric Wilson

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    Track listing from iTunes:

    1. Praise Poison
    2. Daughter
    3. Worldwide
    4. Lock & Load
    5. Flyover States
    6. Detroit Tapes
    7. The Condition
    8. To the Key of Evergreen
    9. Submersion
    10. Home for Grave, Pt. II
    11. Transit Blues
     
  11. red8ge

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    i dig it. hoping there's some real heavy shit, i think i saw Mike bringing a sunn model t to the recording
     
  12. red8ge

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    Hey it's their best album to date, potentially the best metalcore album of the year
     
  13. Eric Wilson

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    You've heard it? Does it have a Dead Throne or 8:18 vibe?
     
  14. The Mysterious

    Yes...but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts

    That's high praise, considering Polar Similar...
     
  15. red8ge

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    It's got the best parts of those records amped up. Shades of sludge and post-metal on a lot of it. Mike's lyrics and delivery are really fucking good. Way less formulaic than their old stuff, everything feels cohesive and like its own thing.

    The Norma Jean record is great too. I think both bands doubled down on their sound and pushed themselves super hard. Will probably come down to preference for which is "better," but I imagine for fans of the genre those two (and ETID probably) will sit at the top
     
  16. Eric Wilson

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    Stoked to get my pre-order in!
     
  17. The Mysterious

    Yes...but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts

    Excellent news. Are we going to hear another single before the album comes out ? It's been over a month since Daughter was released.
     
  18. shouts23

    Hi, I'm Negan ;)

    Totally forgot this is coming out in like 2 weeks.
     
  19. Smage

    lo mein connoisseur

    a second single would be nice
     
  20. The Mysterious

    Yes...but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts

    $12 shipping? I want to preorder this pretty badly but shittt, not about that $29 package totaling $41 life.
     
  21. Bane

    The spiciest meme

    Whoa I didn't see the album art or anything with the bundles but I really dig this minimalist style they're going for. Like they've been trending towards it for awhile but this is even more so.
     
  22. red8ge Sep 25, 2016
    (Last edited: Sep 25, 2016)
    red8ge

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    : )
     
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  23. Smage

    lo mein connoisseur

    Hopefully a new song finally
     
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  25. DeviantRogue

    Take arms, it'll all blow over Prestigious

    Holy fuck, this may be the heaviest song they've done.