What do The Devil Wears Prada and Rory Rodriguez of Dayseeker have in common? They are both heavy hitters in the alternative and metalcore spaces. Today, they joined forces on a brand new version of “Salt” for The Devil Wears Prada’s new deluxe album, COLOR DECAY. Incorporating Rodriguez’s vocals throughout the song perfectly matches the band’s dominant backup screams. Since the release of Dayseeker’s record, Dark Sun, the vocalist has been regarded as one of the best in the entire genre. He holds his own amidst the song’s explosive arrangement, bringing a whole new texture and fieriness that is both… Read more »
Metalcore heavyweights The Devil Wears Prada and Fit For A King are teaming up for an epic co-headlining tour, aptly named “Metalcore Dropouts.” Joining them as support on the 27-date fall tour, starting September 15 in Anaheim, CA, are Counterparts and LANDMVRKS. “We are so stoked to be heading across America with our pals in Fit For A King on the Metalcore Dropouts Tour!,” says The Devil Wears Prada‘s Jeremy DePoyster. “We know how excited everyone is to hear more of Color Decay and we cannot wait to play these songs for you. Our buddies in Counterparts and Landmvrks are… Read more »
Taking place several stories beneath the bustling Times Square, The Devil Wears Prada laid waste to New York’s The Palladium, delivering a ferocious set to a packed house
The Devil Wears Prada have joined forces with Excision and Wooli for a celebration of bass music and metalcore.
idobi photographer Jessica Williams covered The Devil Wears Prada tour at Gramercy Theatre in NYC. Check out some photos from the tour below!
Nick sits down with The Devil Wears Prada frontman Mike Hranica.
idobi photographer Crystal Huffman covered The Devil Wears Prada show at The Norva in Norfolk, VA.
idobi photographer Lindsey Blane covered The Devil Wears Prada show at Webster Hall in NYC.
This week on the Rock The Walls, Patrick Walford speaks with guitarist and vocalist of The Devil Wears Prada, Jeremy DePoyster. The two talk all about ‘Prada’s new album Transit Blues, living in a farm house for two months during the writing process of this record, recording once again with Dan Korneff, their drummer living mid-recording and much, much more.
In a world where hardcore is distorted, misused, and overdone, it’s refreshing to find an album that’s honest.