The Devil Wears Prada Announce “With Roots Above And Branches Below” 10th Anniversary Tour

The Devil Wears Prada will be celebrating the tenth anniversary of their 2009 album “With Roots Above And Branches Below“ a little early by playing it in full on an upcoming North American tour. Fit For A King and ’68 will serve as support. The Devil Wears Prada’s Mike Hranica commented:

“In anticipation of 10 years of WRAABB, we’ll be playing the record front to back through the end of this year. Us dudes in the band appreciate record anniversary tours — and with that we wanted to offer the same. We’ve been looking forward to this for the last year or year-and-a-half — please enjoy.”

Tour Dates:

09/26 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
09/27 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
09/28 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
09/30 Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
10/01 Calgary, AB – The Gateway
10/03 Winnipeg, MB – The Garrick Centre
10/04 Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theater
10/05 Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose Taphouse
10/06 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave II
10/07 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
10/09 Indianapolis IN – Deluxe at Old National Centre
10/10 Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
10/11 Nashville, TN – Exit Inn
10/12 Springfield, MO – The Riff


The Devil Wears Prada Release Cover Of Julien Baker’s “Sour Breath”

The Devil Wears Prada have released a cover of Julien Baker’s “Sour Breath.” You can get that in digital outlets now, and as a 7 inch vinyl on July 13. Mike Hranica commented:

“We were most flattered when Julien mentioned covering our songs way back when. With that, we thought it would be interesting to cover one of hers. I suppose it sort of explains itself.”

Concert Review: A Day To Remember, Papa Roach, Falling In Reverse, & The Devil Wears Prada In San Francisco, CA

On March 2, I attended A Day To Remember’s “15 Years In The Making” tour at the Armory in San Francisco, CA and it was an insane show!

The Devil Wears Prada kicked off the night and things were off to a great start until half the sound system went out towards the beginning of their set. Fans couldn’t even hear Mike Hranica’s vocals for a few minutes, but the band continued to power through anyway. Once the technical issues were solved, the rest of the set was flawless. They only played about seven songs, but they did a good job at balancing it out with tracks spanning a majority of their discography. Some highlights included “Wapakalypse” and “Mammoth.”

Falling In Reverse were up next and they put on an enjoyable performance. Frontman Ronnie Radke was really energetic and had people bouncing from the start. He also had an impressive vocal range that was able to transition from singing to growling to even rapping with ease. Like The Devil Wears Prada, the group only played about seven songs, but it was enough to pump the crowd up for the main bands. Highlights from their set included “The Drug In Me Is You” and “Just Like You.”

After Falling In Reverse, it was time for Papa Roach. Before they came out, a recording played and told everyone to put their middle fingers in the air and chant “Fuck Papa Roch.” The crowd did as they were instructed and continued chanting until the band blasted into the title track of their latest album “Crooked Teeth.” From there, the group pretty much played a balance of classics and new tracks, along with an amazing cover of Blur’s “Song 2.” Frontman Jacoby Shaddix had so much energy it was infectious. He had the crowd doing circle pits and even tried to get a wall of death going. He also had his young son Brixton come out and shout at the crowd to get down so they could all hop back up during “Traumatic,” which Brixton also sang with his father. Aside from that, other highlights from their set included “Between Angels And Insects,” “Scars,” “Last Resort,” and “…To Be Loved.”

Finally, it was time for the headliners of the evening, A Day To Remember. The group are out on the road celebrating their 15th anniversary, and they definitely know how to throw a party. As promised, the band played tracks spanning almost their entire catalogue, and to enhance the experience they used big screens with different types of imagery, including the artwork for various albums. They kicked things off with “I’m Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of?” and just kept the momentum going from there. Like the other singers in the supporting acts, Jeremy McKinnon was very energetic. His singing and growls were on point, while the rest of the band fired on all cylinders as well. They tried to make things as fun as possible too by encouraging fans to mosh and crowd surf, blasting confetti cannons and smoke, throwing out toilet paper and tons of beach balls ranging from small ones to a mega-one. The audience was going absolutely crazy, while having the time of their lives. Some highlights from their performance included “Life Lessons Learned The Hard Way,” their cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone,” “All I Want,” and their encore which began with a mini acoustic set featuring “If It Means A Lot To You” and “I Remember,” followed by “The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle,” and “The Downfall Of Us All.”

The Devil Wears Prada Announce March Headlining Dates

The Devil Wears Prada have announced some March headlining shows. Here’s the dates:

03/01 Reno, NV – Jub Jub’s
03/11 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
03/14 Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall
03/18 Greensboro, NC – Blind Tiger

The Devil Wears Prada Post “No Sun / No Moon” Documentary Teaser

The Devil Wears Prada have posted a teaser for their “Transit Blues“ documentary “No Sun / No Moon” You can check that out below. Fans will get a download card with the film on the band’s upcoming tour.

Silent Planet Added To Upcoming The Devil Wears Prada, Veil Of Maya & Thousand Below Tour

Silent Planet have officially been added to The Devil Wears Prada’s upcoming headlining tour. As previously announced, they will also be joined Veil Of Maya and Thousand Below.

Tour Dates:

09/29 Millvale, PA – Mr. Small’s Theatre
09/30 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
10/01 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre
10/02 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
10/03 Montreal, QC – La Tulipe
10/05 New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre
10/06 Worcester, MA – The Palladium (feat. Issues & Volumes)
10/07 Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero Theatre
10/08 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Sound Stage
10/10 Norfolk, VA – NorVa
10/11 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
10/12 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
10/13 Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live
10/14 Lake Park, FL – Kelsey Theater
10/15 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
10/16 Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall
10/18 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
10/20 Dallas, TX – The Door
10/21 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
10/22 San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Music Hall
10/24 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
10/25 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
10/26 Pomona, CA – The Glass House
10/27 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
10/28 San Diego, CA – SOMA
10/29 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
10/31 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
11/1 Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
11/2 Omaha, NE – Slowdown
11/3 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
11/4 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge