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The Devil Wears Prada

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Dayton, Ohio Christian metalcore act the Devil Wears Prada took their name from the novel and movie, but rebranded it to fit their anti-materialistic ethics. Formed in 2005, the band consisted of singer and lyricist Mike Hranica (who handled the death growl vocals), guitarist and vocalist Jeremy DePoyster (who performed the clean vocals), guitarist Chris Rubey, bassist Andy Trick, keyboardist James Baney, and drummer Daniel Williams (Hranica and Rubey also had an experimental grindcore side project band called xGUMBYx). This lineup recorded the 2005 EP Patterns of a Horizon, which was self-released with individual hand-painted covers. Signing to Victory Records' positive-themed subsidiary Rise, the Devil Wears Prada released Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord in the summer of 2006. After selling more than 30,000 units of their debut, they went back to the studio and began plugging away on 2007's Plagues. With Roots Above and Branches Below followed two years later. They released a concept EP about the apocalypse titled Zombie in 2010. Both of these latter releases debuted in the Billboard Top Ten; the band was also a star live attraction, headlining -- and selling out -- its own tours for three years running. In the summer of 2011, they headlined the Vans Warped Tour as a precursor to the release of their fourth album, Dead Throne, which was produced by Killswitch Engage's Adam Dutkiewicz and released in September of that year. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 at number ten, their highest position to date. The group's first live album, Dead&Alive, followed in 2012. The Devil Wears Prada began sessions for their fifth proper album in early 2013, working with producers Matt Goldman (Underoath) and Dutkiewicz again in an executive role. The results, 8:18, appeared on Roadrunner in September 2013. The band continued to tour in support of that album through 2014. In early 2015, founding guitarist Rubey parted ways with the band and was replaced by Kyle Sipress. The band issued the intergalactic concept piece Space EP that summer. A year later, they experienced another lineup change, with Williams amicably leaving the group. Guiseppe Capolupo (DeMise of Eros, Haste the Day) took Williams' place in the studio for sessions that would yield the band's sixth effort, 2016's Transit Blues. ~ Stewart Mason
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Stations Featuring
The Devil Wears Prada

    New Metal First

    New Metal First
    2 songs

    Christian Rock

    Christian Rock
    1 song

    Metalcore

    Metalcore
    8 songs

Albums by
The Devil Wears Prada

Top Songs by
The Devil Wears Prada

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Supernova
  3.   Alien
  4.   Born to Lose
  5.   Home for Grave
  6.   Vengeance
  7.   Dez Moines
  8.   Rumors
  9.   Black & Blue
  10.   Reptar, King of the Ozone
  11.   Louder Than Thunder
  12.   Outnumbered
  13.   Assistant to the Regional Manager
  14.   Planet A
  15.   Hold Fast
  16.   Martyrs
  17.   Still Fly
  18.   Rosemary Had an Accident
  19.   Care More
  20.   South Of The City
  21.   Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over
  22.   Danger: Wildman
  23.   Bonus Material
  24.   Dead Throne
  25.   HTML Rulez D00d
  26.   Sailor's Prayer
  27.   First Sight
  28.   Big Wiggly Style
  29.   Asteroid
  30.   Number Eleven
  31.   Mammoth
  32.   Gauntlet of Solitude
  33.   In Heart
  34.   Forever Decay
  35.   Escape
  36.   Ben Has a Kid
  37.   HTML Rulez Dood
  38.   Hey John, What's Your Name Again?
  39.   Celestial Mechanics
  40.   Moongod
  41.   Transgress
  42.   8:18
  43.   Dead & Alive DVD
  44.   Untidaled
  45.   Pretenders
  46.   Kansas
  47.   Chicago
  48.   Survivor
  49.   Wapakalypse
  50.   Sassafras
  51.   I Hate Buffering
  52.   This Song Is Called
  53.   And the Sentence Trails Off
  54.   Submersion
  55.   Worldwide
  56.   Daughter
  57.   Constance
  58.   HTML Roolz D00d
  59.   You Can't Spell Crap Without 'C'
  60.   Don't Dink and Drance
  61.   Number Three, Never Forget
  62.   Swords, Dragons & Diet Coke
  63.   Redemption
  64.   Home for Grave, Pt. II
  65.   War
  66.   Gloom
  67.   R.I.T.
  68.   Anatomy
  69.   Lord Xenu
  70.   Gimme Half
  71.   Goats on a Boat
  72.   Modeify the Pronunciation
  73.   My Questions
  74.   Who Speaks Spanish, Colon Quesadilla
  75.   Detroit Tapes
  76.   Nickels Is Money Too
  77.   The Scorpion Deathlock
  78.   Texas Is South
  79.   Salvation
  80.   Transit Blues
  81.   Flyover States
  82.   Lock & Load
  83.   Revive
  84.   The Ascent
  85.   To the Key of Evergreen
  86.   Don't Drink and Dance
  87.   The Condition
  88.   Praise Poison
  89.   Interlude