The Devil Wears Prada Shares New Track, ‘Nightfall’

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA share their brutal new track ‘NIGHTFALL’ taken from the much-anticipated ZII EP set for release on 21stMay 2021 via Solid State Records. The band have also planned a livestream event for Saturday, 15th May, during which they will play the entire ZII EP in full. Fans can purchase tickets for the event and pre-order the EP HERE.

“Sonically, I think ‘Nightfall’ is a celebration of what the band did for a long while,” Hranica says. “I remember that it’s the first song I completed vocally and I know that it’s straightforward — very much straightforward. Lyrically, an atmosphere is created concerning the attack rather than the anatomic details of the undead themselves. It’s a thumper with no introduction to kick off the EP.”

Check out ‘Nightfall’ below.

The original Zombie EP dropped all the way back in August 2010 and remains an intense fan favourite. While not a chronological release in the TDWP catalog, ZII is the next chapter.

“There’s no question that the Zombie EP is a fan favourite and a record that really set the pace for us as a heavier band,” The Devil Wears Prada previously said, offering insight into this EP in relation to their catalog. “A goal we had for this EP was to pay tribute to ZI while honing in on the characteristics that we enjoy about heavy music today and the directions we want to see it heading. We just had our first song go to radio with ‘Chemical’, and now in the same year, we will be releasing the heaviest music of our career with ZII. This isn’t just a new chapter for the Zombie EP; this is a new chapter for us as a band, and an opportunity to lean into both sounds in ways that feel better than ever. We’ve found our footing with these six members. Now we’re stepping on the gas and not letting up.”

TDWP effectively summed things up, saying, “Before, there were five songs about how to fend off the apocalypse. Now, there are five songs of hopelessness against the hoard.”

The Devil Wears Pradad Share New Track, ‘Termination’

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA share their brand new track TERMINATION taken from the much-anticipated ZII EP set for release on 21stMay 2021 on Solid State Records. It’s a discordant, dissonant exercise in excellence. The band have also planned a livestream event for Saturday, 15th May, during which they will play the entire ZII EP in full. Fans can purchase tickets for the event and pre-order the ZII EP HERE.

“I’ve learned throughout the lockdown to imagine how a virus can seriously compromise our lives,” says Hranica. “‘Termination’ makes mention of that and the greed that so often comes when humans fend only for themselves or when lying to protect reputation. I didn’t want to remake any part of the lyrical imaginings of the first EP, and the transformation mentioned in ‘Termination’ is a part of the new territory I hoped to create for ZII.”

Listen to ‘Termination’ below.

The original Zombie EP dropped all the way back in August 2010 and remains an intense fan favourite. While not a chronological release in the TDWP catalogue, ZII is the next chapter.

“There’s no question that the Zombie EP is a fan favourite and a record that really set the pace for us as a heavier band,” The Devil Wears Prada previously said, offering insight into this EP in relation to their catalogue. “A goal we had for this EP was to pay tribute to ZI while honing in on the characteristics that we enjoy about heavy music today and the directions we want to see it heading. We just had our first song go to radio with ‘Chemical’, and now in the same year, we will be releasing the heaviest music of our career with ZII. This isn’t just a new chapter for the Zombie EP; this is a new chapter for us as a band, and an opportunity to lean into both sounds in ways that feel better than ever. We’ve found our footing with these six members. Now we’re stepping on the gas and not letting up.”

TDWP effectively summed things up, saying, “Before, there were five songs about how to fend off the apocalypse. Now, there are five songs of hopelessness against the hoard.”

ZII EP TRACKLISTING:
Nightfall
Forlorn
Termination
Nora
Contagion

The Devil Wears Prada Announce ‘Zombie II’ Livestream

The Devil Wears Prada have announced a special livestream of their upcoming ‘Zombie II’ concept EP, where they’ll be performing the release in full.

The livestream event will air on May 15th 2021 at 10:00PM (UK)/11:00PM (EU), with access codes emailed to ticket holders approximately 3 hours prior to its broadcast.

Tickets as well as merchandise bundles, along with copies of the EP, can be purchased online from ziiundeadstream.

The Devil Wears Prada Are Teasing The Follow Up To Their ‘Zombie’ EP

The Devil Wears Prada looks as though to be teasing some new material, and from the looks of things it’ll be a follow-up to their conceptual ‘Zombie’ EP.

The band have shared a short cinematic video on their socials, depicting someone in the home seemingly in the midst of an apocalypse, with a caption included that reads “UPSET THE SICKNESS”.

At the time of writing it’s there’s no official word on what this is. It could be another EP, a full-length album, a conceptual livestream, or something else entirely.

More details will be confirmed as they develop.

New New Music Videos!

So since the last post on music videos, there have been many many more videos.

Let’s kick things off with something a little weird! I’m talking about the Devil Wears Prada’s new video for their track Worldwide.

Check this out for some freaky sh**!

 

Up next, let’s switch things up to Pop – Punk with Trash Boat which includes a little bit of sightseeing.

This is their video for Tring Quarry.

 

 

Moving back to the world of weird Dance Gavin Dance have dropped something strange.

I’ll let everyone decide for themselves on their thoughts because I can’t gather them at present.

Here’s Summertime Gladness.

 

 

Let’s go dark and emotion in Hold Absence’s new video for their track ‘Penance’. But this is one great video!

Check it out!

 

 

Lastly, we’re going to the world of more Pop Rock in the form of Hey Violet! This comes from their new album “From The Outside” which has just hit shelves in shops and this is the lyric video for Hoodie’.