Forget everything you knew about The Devil Wears Prada.
That’s because the technically proficient, guitar-driven American metal outfit you’ll hear on the forthcoming
Dead Throne is a much different monster than the one you’d contended with on 2009’s breakthrough
offering With Roots Above and Branches Below and 2010‘s Zombie EP.
Dead Throne signals a more evolved, more progressive The Devil Wears Prada and contains more than
a dozen cutting-edge, razor-sharp, straight-ahead heavy metal tracks that are utterly brilliant not only in
their composition, but also in their flawless delivery. Longtime fans of The Devil Wears Prada will no
doubt be blown-away by the band’s crushing fourth studio LP, because it not only sounds bigger but
goes much deeper, lyrically.
Dead Throne was expertly produced by Killswitch Engage mad genius Adam Dutkiewicz at his
Massachusetts-based recording studio -- a collaboration born out of a mutual admiration first realized in
early 2010, when The Devil Wears Prada supported Killswitch on tour.
With Dead Throne, The Devil Wears Prada has turned a corner, by turning up the aggression and turning
on the emotions. Dead Throne is the product of hard work and The Devil Wears Prada’s inevitable
musical evolution, which tends to focus more on the band’s unique, punishing dual-vocal assault this