Updated: They also unveiled pre-ordering to their fans through a video (watch below!), and every pre-order at tdwpband.com gets you downloads of two of their new tracks, “Home for Grave” and “Martyrs.”  You an iTunes person? You can grab a pre-order there, too. In their epic foreshadowing of their album, they also released an exclusive lyric video on Rolling Stone, shot and directed by band members Jeremy DePoyster and Andy Trick.

The Devil Wears Prada’s upcoming album, 8:18, already has a ton of hype, and today they released the cover art and track listing for the record. The record is set to be released Sept. 17.

818 Cover Art


Track Listing

  1. Gloom
  2. Rumors
  3. First Sight
  4. War
  5. 8:18
  6. Sailor’s Prayer
  7. Care More
  8. Martyrs
  9. Black & Blue
  10. Transgress
  11. Number Eleven
  12. Home for Grave
  13. In Heart

Tour Dates

All November and December tour dates will be with The Ghost Inside, Volumes and Texas In July.


3             McDonald, PA                   Alliance Fest – Heritage Park*


14           Chicago, IL                         Riot Fest – Humboldt Park*


2             Detroit, MI                         Royal Oak Music Theatre
3             Cincinnati, OH                  Bogarts
5             Cleveland, OH                   House of Blues
7             Indianapolis, IN               Deluxe at Old National Centre
9             Grand Rapids, MI             The Intersection
10           Milwaukee, WI                 The Rave
12           Winnipeg, MB                   The Garrick
14           Calgary, AB                        MacEwan Ballroom
16           Edmonton, AB                  The Starlite Room
19           Seattle, WA                        El Corazon
21           San Francisco, CA            Regency Ballroom
23           Salt Lake City, UT            In The Venue
24           Denver, CO                         Exdo Event Center
25           Albuquerque, NM            Sunshine Theater
26           Phoenix, AZ                       Marquee Theatre
27           Las Vegas, NV                    Hard Rock Café – The Strip
29           San Diego, CA                    Soma
30           Los Angeles, CA                Club Nokia


1             Santa Ana, CA                    The Observatory
4             Dallas, TX                           House of Blues
5             San Antonio, TX               Backstage Live
6             Houston, TX                      Warehouse Live
7             New Orleans, LA              House of Blues
8             Tampa, FL                          The Ritz Ybor
10           Ft. Lauderdale, FL           Revolution
11           Orlando, FL                        House of Blues
12           Atlanta, GA                         The Masquerade
14           Philadelphia, PA              Trocadero
15           Sayreville, NJ                    Starland Ballroom
17           New York, NY                   Best Buy Theater
18           Worcester, MA                 The Palladium
19           Montreal, QC                     Club Soda
20           Toronto, ON                      Phoenix Concert Theatre


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