THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA HOST HEADBANGERS BALL! October 10th on MTV2 2:00AM EST THE NAPALM & NOISE TOUR! FEATURING THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA & ALL THAT REMAINS! (11/23-12/11)

The Devil Wears Prada will host Headbangers Ball on Saturday, October 10th. The band will be introducing videos including their own recent one for “Danger Wildman” which was filmed inbetween shows performing on the mainstage of Warped Tour all summer.  The band has recently announced they will be co-headlining the Napalm & Noise Tour with All That Remains (Support from Story Of The Year and Haste The Day).

This tour will be the band’s first headlining run since May when they crushed 43 sold out dates in a row.  Following that was a busy summer on the mainstage at Warped Tour supporting their new album With Roots Above and Branches Below on Ferret Music.  The album debuted at #11 on Billboard Top 200.  The media have rained coverage on the band over the last few months including Hranica on cover of Alternative Press as well as band cover in Outburn, AMP and HM Magazine and stellar review in NY Times.  Tour dates below

Date               City                                         Venue

11/23              Rochester, NY                       Water St Music Hall

11/24              Buffalo, NY                             The Town Ballroom

11/25              Cincinnatti, OH                      Bogart’s

11/28              Indianapolis, IN                      Egyptian Room@Murat Centre

11/29              Des Moines, IA                      Val Air Ballroom

11/30              Omaha, NE                            Sokol Auditorium

12/2                Boulder, CO                           Boulder Theater

12/4                Sparks, NV                            The New Oasis

12/5                Sacramento, CA                   Empire Events Center

12/6                Santa Cruz, CA                     The Catalyst

12/7                Bakersfield, CA                     The Dome

12/9                Anaheim, CA                         The Grove Of Anaheim

12/10              Ventura, CA                           Majestic Theater

12/11              San Diego, CA                      SOMA

12/12              Tucson, AZ                             Rialto Theater

12/13              El Paso, TX                           Club 101

12/15              Austin, TX                              Emo’s

12/16              Corpus Christi, TX                The Pavilion

12/18              Nashville, TN                          Rocketown

12/19              Raleigh, NC                           Lincoln Theater

12/20              Norfolk, VA                            The Norva

12/21              Allentown, PA                        Crocodile Rock

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