Renowned metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada (TDWP) will be returning to Rise Records, for the first time since their sophomore release, Plagues, in 2007. Their next EP release, Space, will arrive this summer and it is their first conceptual project since Zombie EP.

The band is currently performing on their “Zombie 5 Tour by Rockstar Energy Drink” to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the acclaimed EP. TDWP will be playing the entire album for the first time and some fan favorites, as well as a new track from their upcoming Space EP.

On the return to Rise Records, frontman Mike Hranica comments,

We’re all very confident in working with Rise again. The label has grown tremendously since our first release back in 2006, nonetheless we know their intention is still the same as ever and we know it’s a model that will compliment us well. We’re persistently hands-on and love to do exactly as we please, and they’re a great place for us to be able to continue that path while supporting our visions. Rise can be commended, deservedly, for their wholehearted drive at releasing albums they believe in; and it’s that enthusiasm that is both welcoming and exciting for our band moving forward.

This is a tour you won’t want to miss, so check the dates below to see them in your city.

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
ON TOUR 2015

(March 17th – April 16th) Leg 1 with Born of Osiris, The Word Alive & SECRETS
(Apirl 27th – May 14th) Leg 2 with with SECRETS & Sleepwave

MARCH

17            Denver, CO                          The Summit Music Hall
18            Salt Lake City, UT              Murray Theater
20            Seattle, WA                          El Corazon
21            Portland, OR                        Hawthorne Theatre
22            Sacramento, CA                  Ace of Spades
24            Las Vegas, NV                      Hard Rock Live
25            Phoenix, AZ                          Nile Theater
27            Dallas, TX                              The Door
28            San Antonio, TX                  The Aztec Theatre
29            Houston, TX                         Warehouse Live
31            St. Petersburg, FL               State Theatre

APRIL

1               Fort Lauderdale, FL         Revolution
3               Atlanta, GA                          The Masquerade
4               Raleigh, CA                          Lincoln Theater
6               Baltimore, MD                    Baltimore Soundstage
7               Philadelphia, PA                 Theatre of Living Arts
8               Sayreville, NJ                       Starland Ballroom
9               New York, NY                       Irving Plaza
10            Worcester, MA                     The Palladium
11            Montreal, QC                        Corona Theatre
13            Toronto, ON                          Danforth Music Hall
14            Rochester, NY                      Anthology
15            Pittsburgh, PA                     Mr. Small’s
16            Chicago, IL                            House of Blues
25            Jacksonville, FL                  Welcome to Rockville
27            Greensboro, NC                  The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
29            Richmond, VA                     Broadberry
30            Lancaster, PA                       Chameleon Club

MAY

1               Poughkeepsie, NY              The Chance
2               Hartford, CT                         Webster Theater
3               Buffalo, NY                            Waiting Room
5               Grand Rapids, MI                The Intersection
6               St. Louis, MO                         Fubar
8               Minneapolis, MN                 Mill City Nights
9               Lincoln, NE                           Bourbon Theatre
10            Colorado Springs, CO         Black Sheep
12            Lawrence, KS                       The Granada Theatre
13            Des Moines, IA                     Wooly’s
14            Bloomington, IL                  The Castle Theatre
16            Columbus, OH                      Rock on the Range

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