The Devil Wears Prada is a band with a big buzz building, and if you’re not hip to them, here’s a great way to check them out:

http://www.comicsalliance.com/2010/08/04/the-devil-wears-prada-mike-hranica-zombie-ep-comic/

AOL’s Comics Alliance just posted an absolutely awesome preview to the band’s upcoming release, “Zombie EP,” and the JL Bourne-written (“Day by Day Armageddon”), limited-edition, full-fledged, 14-page comic book called “ZOMBIE, The EP Comic,” that features the band members as five combat soldiers on a perilous, top-secret mission in a world infected by Zombies.  “Zombie EP” will be released on August 24 (Ferret Music).

HM called the EP, “powerful, and as catchy as any set of metal riffs can be, with a musical uniqueness that their scene is starving for.”  Revolver cited the new music as “some of their heaviest music yet.”

If you’d like to hear the “Zombie EP,” email us back and we’ll get you a stream, or check them out on their “Back to the Roots” summer tour:

AUGUST
5        Rock The Desert Fest 2010, Midland, TX**
8        Summer Sonic Festival, Marine Stadium, Tokyo, Japan**
11        Orpheum, Tampa, FL*
12        Orpheum, Tampa, FL*
13        The Social, Orlando, FL*
14        The Social, Orlando, FL*
15        The 7 Venue, Atlanta, GA*
17        The Brewery, Raleigh, NC*
18        The Ottobar, Baltimore, MD*
19        The Ottobar, Baltimore, MD*
20        First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA*
21        First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA*
22        Highline, New York, NY*
23        Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY*
25        Harpers Ferry, Boston, MA*
26        Harpers Ferry, Boston, MA*
27        Crocodile Rock, Allentown, PA*
28        Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH*
29        Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH*

SEPTEMBER
3        Mr. Small’s, Pittsburgh, PA
4        Revelation Generation @ Revelation Farms, Frenchtown, NJ**

* headline dates
** major outdoor festivals

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