Friday, July 1, 2011

The Devil Wears Prada

So, I've been post-less for over a month now and that is a little more neglectful than I imagined I would be to this blog. I apologize to anyone who was actually a regular visitor and as I've promised before, I want to keep up appearances and keep this blog going. As of today, this is what I'm planning on doing.

For today's band, I decided to go with The Devil Wears Prada. Most of you have probably already heard (of) this band. Their members include: Chris Rubey (guitar), Mike Hranica (vocals), Andy Trick (bass), Daniel Williams (drums), James Baney (keys), and Jeremy DePoyster (guitar, vocals). They recently released an EP entirely about zombies and a little comic book series was made to go along with it. Speaking of which, they released Patterns of a Horizon in 2005, Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord in 2006, Plagues in 2007, In 2008 were featured on Punk Goes Crunk with possible the best song on the album, With Roots Above And Branches Below in 2009, the Zombie EP was released in 2010 and just recently they released a single: Born To Lose. Their sound changed slightly between albums, especially going on to With Roots Above and Branches Below.

Now to the music, I'm gonna list at least one song per album. And I want to say that with each album you'll notice they get even better!

"Swords, Dragons, and Diet Coke" from Patterns of a Horizon


"Texas Is South" from Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord


"Reptar, King of the Ozone" from Plagues


Hey John, What's Your Name Again?" from Plagues


"Big Wiggly Style" from With Roots Above and Branches Below



"Escape" from the Zombie EP


I hope you enjoy. This was like going through a 5 or 6 year time machine and listening to only one band the entire time. The good thing is I like the band enough to not mind that so much.

Keep Rockin'!

4 comments:

  1. A pretty nice band, I have to say, had no idea they existed

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  2. I'd never heard of them, they sound good though - thanks for the links - im following :)

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