The Devil Wears Prada - Space Ep Test Press album FLAC
Space is the second EP by American metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada. The album was released on August 21, 2015 through Rise Records. It is the group's first release without guitarist Chris Rubey. It is also the band's second conceptual release, after the release of their concept EP Zombie EP, in which they embarked on a five-year anniversary tour earlier in 2015. This is the last release by The Devil Wears Prada to feature original drummer Daniel Williams after he departed with the band in July 2016.
The Devil Wears Prada performed a new track titled "Gloom" at live shows, the final studio version of the song is on the group's latest studio album, which will see a fall release through Roadrunner Records. That album was produced by Matt Goldman (Underoath, The Chariot) with Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz executive producing . The Devil Wears Prada - Supernova ("Space" EP - Aug. 21st).
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The Devil Wears Prada- Space EP. Halimi Castellanos. 4/5. Read our interview with The Devil Wears Prada. Christian metal core band, The Devil Wears Prada, has been profoundly renowned for some time now. With a strong and devoted fan following, the Dayton, Ohio natives have successfully stapled their name into the metal core genre. Throughout the ten or so years that the band have been together, they have released five albums, one EP and a seven inch colored vinyl. Most recently, the band has released an all-new, highly anticipated EP entitled, Space
The craftiness of the lyricism and The Devil Wears Prada‘s driven desire to mesh together new intricacies with a reminiscent sound ended up killing my over-exaggeration prior to delving into the record. By the time the Space EP was finished, there was only one thing I asked of it: Why couldn’t they have made an entire album" (I asked this same question for the Zombie EP to. This is just my selfishness as a fan speaking, because all in all, I absolutely love the Space EP in its entirety and wholly respect the band’s decision in exploring and furthering their sound, even with a short release. Their production value since Plagues has continued to grow and I believe most have been enthralled by their progression.