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Space (EP)

  • Space (EP) available on July 14 2016 from Amazon for 5.13
  • Space available on July 14 2016 from Newegg for 10.62
  • Space available on January 28 2016 from Indigo for 13.37
  • UPC bar code 851756006057 ξ1 registered July 20 2015
  • UPC bar code 851756006057 ξ2 registered July 14 2016
  • UPC bar code 851756006057 ξ3 registered December 18 2015
  • Product category is Audio
  • Manufacturered by Rise Records
  • CHEV34298816
  • # 9SIA17P3KM8293
  • # 85175600605

  • Product weight is 0.14 lbs.
The Devil Wears Prada are by no means a newcomer. In over 8 years as a band they have sold over 750,000 albums (5 releases have sold over 100,000 copies), and have toured the world over and over, playing to sold out crowds every night. They have been able to find repeated success and clinch their spot as a household name in the metal community by capturing the energy and essence of their live shows and transferring that onto their recordings. Each album is a positive progression forward, without abandoning the melodic hooks and technical guitar riffs that fans and critics have come to expect. The Devil Wears Prada's latest effort is the "Space" EP, 6 remarkable and memorable tracks that will leave you craving more. The band teamed up with producer Dan Korneff (Pierce The Veil, Sleeping With Sirens) to help craft this concept album. They may not be new to the game, but The Devil Wears Prada are on top of their game with this EP and are bringing something fresh to their fans. The band will support the release this summer, playing the main stage on this summer's Mayhem Festival alongside Slayer and King Diamon. The "Space" EP is a solid reminder from The Devil Wears Prada that they are here to stay.

    ^ (2015). Space (EP), Rise Records. Amazon. (revised Jul 2016)
    ^ Space, Wea Corp. Newegg. (revised Jul 2016)
    ^ Space Indigo. (revised Jan 2016)

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I've loved everything TDWP has ever released. I do have to say that I really favor this experimental state they've been in since Dead Throne because it's such an atmospheric experience whenever I listen to the CD's. 8:18 was the best release they had in my opinion. I wasn't expecting another Zombie E.P. because that would just be taking a step back for TDWP, not that Zombie wasn't amazing because it's such a brutal, intense experience in itself. The Space EP explores new regio..
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