Rising metalcore stars, The Devil Wears Prada, who laid waste to last night’s Revolver Golden Gods Awards when they performed “Assistant to the Regional Manager,” ” Ben Has a Kid,” and “Danger Wildman” for the sold-out metal crowd, will host “Headbangers Ball” this Monday, April 12.  In addition to their hosting duties, the band will treat fans to another viewing of their brand-new music video, “Assistant to the Regional Manager,” that premiered on “Headbangers” April 5.  “Headbangers Ball” airs on MTV2 at 3:00AM ET/PT.

You can also check out the band’s new video here:

The Devil Wears Prada – vocalist Mike Hranica, guitarist/vocalist Jeremy DePoyster, guitarist Chris Rubey, bassist Andy Trick, keyboardist James Baney, and drummer Daniel Williams – will kick off their Summer 2010 tour on May 8 with six headline dates in South America, and then hit the road in the U.S. on June 25 with 40+ concerts, a combination of major outdoor festivals, and multiple nights at small, sweaty clubs.  The dates are in support of the band’s most recent album, Wth Roots Above and Branches Below, which was released last May.  With more dates to be added, the Summer tour itinerary is as follows:

8     John Bull Music Hall, Curitiba, Brazil
9    Carioca Club, Sao Paulo, Brazil
11    Super Rock, Buenos Aires, Argentina
13    Rock & Guitarras Club, Santiago, Chile
15    Teatro La Mama, Bogota, Colombia
16    Moulin Rouge, Caracas, Venezuela

25        Alive Festival 2010 @ Atwood Lake Park, Mineral City, OH
26        Big Ticket Festival, Gaylord, MI
28        The Basement, Columbus, OH
29        The Basement, Columbus, OH
30        Subterranean, Chicago, IL

1        Subterranean, Chicago, IL
2        Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI
3        Cornerstone Festival 2010, Marietta, IL
5        The Shelter, Detroit, MI
6        The Shelter, Detroit, MI
9        Valentine’s, Albany, NY
10        Valentine’s, Albany, NY
11        Xtreme Wheelz, Buffalo, NY
13        Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines, IA
14        Vaudeville Mews, Des Moines, IA
15        Pop’s, St. Louis, MO
16        Bottleneck, Lawrence, KS
17        Sonshine Festival @ Willmar Civic Center, Willmar, MN
19        Mesa Theatre, Grand Junction, CO
21        The Underground, Reno, NV
22        The Boardwalk, Sacramento, CA
23        The Boardwalk, Sacramento, CA
25        Chain Reaction, Anaheim, CA
26        Chain Reaction, Anaheim, CA
28        SOMA Sidestage, San Diego, CA
29        SOMA Sidestage, San Diego, CA
31        Heaven Fest, Union Reservoir, Brighton, CO

2        The Door, Dallas, TX
3        Emo’s Alternative Lounge/Inside, Austin, TX
4        Emo’s Alternative Lounge/Inside, Austin, TX
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
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

4        Revelation Generation @ Revelation Farms, Frenchtown, NJ


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