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The Devil Wears Prada, Will the new cd be a no or a go?
April 5, 2009, 11:49 pm
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Well, I’m sure this is old news for anyone awaiting the release of The Devil Wears Prada’s new record, With Roots Above and Branches Below, “Dez Moines,” one of the new songs on the album, has been posted on their MySpace.

The Devil Wears Prada new album cover

The Devil Wears Prada new album cover

For some reason, I’ve been worried that The Devil Wears Prada might change their sound since they are getting more popular, especially outside the realm of Christian music. Many bands seem to do this. Maybe its just me not liking a particular direction of band, but why do they seem to change once they start to get popular? I’m probably just selfish in hoping bands continue to create music that I will enjoy, but I wouldn’t be a fan if I didn’t.

Anyways, fans will be pleased with The Devil Wears Prada if this song is a true reflection of the entire new album. The song exhibits the band keeping in touch with their roots, but progressing towards something even better. This is good news for any fan. The song mixes hardcore breakdowns, metal riffs, catchy sing-a-longs and haunting synths, which defines The Devil Wears Prada’s signature sound.

The album is expected to be released on May 5, on Ferret Records.

Look for The Devil Wears Prada at Cornerstone Festival this summer. Should be an awesome show, after their one year hiatus from the festival last summer.


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Ohh i cant wait for the CD!! Well put!

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