THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA UNLEASH “VENGEANCE”;

LIVE VIDEO TO PREMIERE TODAY VIA FEARNET;

EXPLOSIVE CLIP HERALDS UPCOMING LIVE CD/DVD,

ARRIVING EVERYWHERE ON JUNE 26TH;

METALCORE HEROES SET TO TOUR THROUGH THE SUMMER;

“DEAD THRONE TOUR 2012” KICKS OFF TOMORROW,

FOLLOWED BY SOUTH AMERICAN TREK ALONGSIDE WHITECHAPEL

AND UPCOMING ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAYHEM FESTIVAL

Ferret Music recording group The Devil Wears Prada have unveiled the first glimpse of their upcoming live CD/DVD.  “Vengeance” will have its world premiere today on FEARnet TV, slated to air at 2 pm ET/11 am PT, while simultaneously debuting online via the popular cable channel’s official website, located at www.fearnet.com/news/b25636_exclusive_devil_wears_prada_premiere.html.  The as-yet-untitled CD/DVD will arrive in stores everywhere on June 26th.

“Vengeance” was filmed last December at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts during the first leg of The Devil Wears Prada’s ongoing “Dead Throne” tour.  A new series of shows will kick off tomorrow, March 9th, at The Castle Theatre in Bloomington, Illinois, with dates continuing through early April (see attached itinerary).  Support on all dates comes from Every Time I Die, Letlive., and Oh, Sleeper.

The Devil Wears Prada will then head down to Latin America for a headline tour alongside fellow metalcore heroes, Whitechapel, with stops slated for Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Columbia, and Mexico.  The band is then slated to spend its summer as one of the main stage headliners traveling the US with the all-star Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, set to get underway June 30th at the San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino, California.  Tickets to the much-anticipated festival tour – which also features Slipknot, Slayer, Anthrax, and the one and only Motörhead – will go on sale on April 6th.  For complete details and ticket information, please visit http://rockstarmayhemfest.com/dates.

“DEAD THRONE” made a spectacular chart debut upon its September 2011 release, entering Billboard’s “Top Independent Albums” ranking at #1 while also hitting the top 10 on the overall Billboard 200.   The album – The Devil Wears Prada’s fourth full-length release – received universal critical applause, with the ever-influential Kerrang! hailing its “dramatic dynamic shifts and a defter blend of melody and muscle, making this by far the best album the Ohio outfit have yet produced.” In its 9-out-of-10 rave, AbsolutePunk.net praised “DEAD THRONE” for possessing “a sense of urgency and maturity here that few in the genre will be able to replicate” before officially declaring it to be “the best metalcore album of the year”.

The Devil Wears Prada next unleashed “Zombie Slay,” a first-person, multi-level action game available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android mobile devices.  The game – which is currently on sale for $.99 and available for download via the iTunes Store and Google Play – followed upon the band’s acclaimed 2010 “ZOMBIE” EP and its accompanying limited-edition comic book, Zombie, The Comic!

“Zombie Slay” challenges gamers to survive and save survivors in a post-apocalyptic world by killing as many zombies as possible.  The game – which includes all five tracks from the “ZOMBIE” EP – offers a range of difficulty levels, realistic city and suburban locations, a variety of zombies to eradicate, gamer achievement levels and a cache of weapons that can be upgraded with accumulated points on all levels.  For complete information, please see www.zombieslay.com.

The Devil Wears Prada is: Mike Hranica – vocals * Chris Rubey – lead guitar * Jeremy DePoyster – rhythm guitar, vocals * Andy Trick – bass * Daniel Williams – drums.

For additional news and information, please see www.deadthrone.com.

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA

On Tour 2012

3/9 – 4/1 The “Dead Throne Tour : United States”

w/Special Guests Every Time I Die, Letlive, and Oh, Sleeper.

4/21 – 4/29 w/Whitechapel

6/30 – 8/5 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival

MARCH

9          Bloomington, IL                     The Castle Theatre
10        Grand Rapids, MI                  The Intersection
11        Des Moines, IA                       People’s Court
14        Reno, NV                                Knitting Factory
15        Las Vegas, NV                        Hard Rock Café
16        Pomona, CA                           The Glass House
17        Tucson, AZ                             Rialto Theatre
18        Farmington, NM                    Top Deck
20        Austin, TX                               Emo’s East
21        Tulsa, OK                                Cain’s Ballroom
23        Nashville, TN                         Rocketown
24        N. Myrtle Beach, SC               House Of Blues
25        Raleigh, NC                             Lincoln Theater
27        Norfolk, VA                            The NorVa
28        Allentown, PA                        Crocodile Rock
30        Providence, RI                       Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
31        Buffalo, NY                             The Town Ballroom

APRIL

1          Indianapolis, IN                     Egyptian Room
21        São Paulo, BR                        Carioca Club
22        Curitiba, BR                            Music Hall
24        Buenos Aires, AR                  El Teatro Flores
25        Santiago, CL                           Teatro Teleton
27        Bogota, CO                             Teatro Metro Bogota
29        Mexico City, MX                     Circo Volador

JUNE

30        San Bernardino, CA              San Manuel Amphitheater

JULY

1          Mountain View, CA                Shoreline Amphitheatre
3          Auburn, WA                           White River Amphitheatre
4          Boise, ID                                 Idaho Center Amphitheater
6          Phoenix, AZ                            Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion
7          Albuquerque, NM                  Hard Rock Pavilion
8          Englewood, CO                      Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
10        Dallas, TX                               Gexa Energy Pavilion
11        The Woodlands, TX              The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
13        Tampa, FL                              1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre

14        Atlanta, GA                             Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
15        Noblesville, IN                       Klipsch Music Center
18        Oklahoma City, OK                 Zoo Amphitheatre
20        St. Louis, MO                          Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
21        Tinley Park, IL                       First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
22        Clarkston, MI                         DTE Energy Music Theatre
24        Cincinnati, OH                        Riverbend Music Center
25        Cuyahoga Falls, OH               Blossom Music Center
27        Camden, NJ                            Susquehanna Bank Center
28        Burgettstown, PA                  First Niagara Pavilion
29        Bristow, VA                            Jiffy Lube Live
31        Saratoga Springs, NY            Saratoga Performing Arts Center

AUGUST

3          Mansfield, MA                        Comcast Center
4          Moosic, PA                             Toyota Pavilion At Montage Mountain
5          Hartford, CT                          Comcast Theatre

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