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Dead Throne

The Devil Wears Prada

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The Devil Wears Prada’s fourth studio full-length is riddled with low-tuned guitars, skull-bludgeoning rhythms, haunting keyboard ambience, and Mike Hranica’s most explosive vocal performances to date. The title track detonates with ferocious aplomb as Daniel Williams’ drums blast and explode. What’s almost immediately noticeable on Dead Throne is the advanced technical guitar playing throughout – especially on “Untidaled” where deep chugging rhythms stop on a dime to unleash lightning fast fretboard shredding. “Mammoth” is a heavy number that makes good on its title with towering juggernauts of guitar-forged walls of noise and Williams’ relentless attack on the drum kit. This song also spotlights Hranica’s versatile inflections as he effortlessly segues from rabid caterwauls to deep, thundering bellows of pure angst. The more accessible “R.I.T.” plays like a slightly melodic maelstrom with unpredictably angular arrangements and plenty of stop-start rhythms. “Born To Lose” is another standout that magnifies TDWP’s penchant for intelligent contrast – the feral verses somehow blend perfectly with the pop melodies in the choruses.

Customer Reviews

perfect

after being a twdp fan for the last 7 years i can honestly say this is the culmination of all their musical talent, passion, intellect, wisdom, and faith. This album will define a generation and genre, i thank God i can hear these artists create art. it's that good

btw first

Not the same

I want to say I'm writing this from a purely personal opinion perspective, and my personal opinion is that this album doesn't quite live up to my expectations. Its not that TDWP has headed a new musical that I don't like, or that its lighter or heavier then I would like, its just not as powerful to me. Something in it just isn't as emotional as With Roots Above was, and its not quite as instrumentally impressive as Plagues was, and its not near as original as Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord was, (and it sure isn't as heavy as Zombie EP was). Its still an incredible album compared to the other bands within TDWP's genre, but I just find it falling a little short then what I had hoped for.

TDWP, I've been a fan since your humble Cornerstone beginnings, and I continue to be a huge fan of you guys and what you stand for. But in all the areas of music that I've always believed to be the most important, (passion, originality, and impressive musicianship), you've done better in the past. But regardless, I'll still always be supporting you,
Sincerely, a loyal fan.

Oh my god! :D :D

My boys matured so much!!!. Incorporates everything that made with roots great and the Zombie EP's mature sound to an excellent metalcore release. Pick it up if you wanna hear incredible music.

PS: BUY MAMMOTH!!!!!! :)

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Dayton, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dayton, Ohio Christian metalcore act the Devil Wears Prada took their name from the novel and movie, but rebranded it to fit their anti-materialistic ethics. Formed in 2005, the band consisted of singer and lyricist Mike Hranica (who handles the death growl vocals), guitarist and vocalist Jeremy DePoyster (who does the clean vocals), guitarist Chris Rubey, bassist Andy Trick, keyboardist James Baney, and drummer Daniel Williams. This lineup recorded the 2005 EP Patterns of a Horizon, which was self-released...
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