“‘Dead Throne’ is a thirteen track band-defining epic…The Devil Wears Prada has released their best metalcore album of the year.” — Absolute Punk

Debuting in the Top 10 for the second consecutive time, The Devil Wears Prada sees Dead Throne (Ferret), the band’s first full-length album since 2009, claiming the #10 spot on next week’s Billboard Top 200 Albums chart with more than 32,400 copies sold, an impressive jump from the 25,000 copies their last release brought to its first chart appearance.

In addition, Dead Throne came in at #3 on both the Top Current Rock Albums and Top Hard Music Albums charts, and #1 on the Independent Current Albums chart.

But the success for Dead Throne doesn’t stop there, as the album has received some stellar reviews: “[Dead Throne] is a standout…” “…everything one could want in a new album from TDWP…” “…epic metalcore…” “With ‘Dead Throne,’ the band has taken a real step towards making themselves future kings of the metal genre…”   “easily the metalcore album of the year…” “it’s hard to top the mighty roar TDWP has concocted on its fourth album and heaviest yet…” among them.

Following its first headline tour of Australia, The Devil Wears Prada will kick off “Dead Throne Tour: North American 2011,” the band’s 36-date trek that starts November 3 in Milwaukee and will criss-cross the U.S. and Canada over a six-week period.  On the “Dead Throne Tour: North American 2011,” TDWP will be supported by Whitechapel, Enter Shikari, and For Today on all dates. The itinerary is as follows:

NOVEMBER

3 The Rave, Milwaukee, WI

6 House of Blues, Chicago, IL

7 Epic, Minneapolis, MN

8 The Garrick, Winnipeg, MB CANADA

10 Edmonton Events Center, Edmonton, AB CANADA

11 MacEwan Ballroom, Calgary, AB CANADA

13 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, BC CANADA

14 Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA

15 Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR

17 Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA

18 The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA

19 SOMA, San Diego, CA

20 Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA

21 Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ

23 Saltair, Magna, UT

25 Summit Music Hall, Denver, CO

26 Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City, OK

27 House of Blues, Dallas, TX

28 Backstage Live, San Antonio, TX

29 Warehouse Live Ballroom, Houston, TX

30 House of Blues, New Orleans, LA

DECEMBER

2 Ritz Ybor, Tampa, FL

3 Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

4 House of Blues, Orlando, FL

5 The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

7 Amos’ Southend, Charlotte, NC

8 The National, Richmond, VA

9 The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD

10 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

11 Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, NJ

13 Best Buy Theatre, New York, NY

14 The Palladium, Worcester, MA

15 Metropolis, Montreal, QC CANADA

16 Kool Haus, Toronto, ONT CANADA

17 Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI

18 Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH

The Devil Wears Prada Press Info:  http://tiny.cc/tg5dl

For more information on The Devil Wears Prada, visit DeadThrone.com

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