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jd091 11-06-2011 09:34 PM

The Devil Wears Prada -- Chicago, IL -- November 6th, 2011
Dead Throne Tour 2011
w/Whitechapel, Enter Shikari, For Today
House of Blues, Chicago

Saul of Tarsus (The Messenger)
The Advocate
Isiah (The Willing)
Ezekiel (The Visionary) (?)
White Flag
Arm the Masses
(The Breaker's Origin)

Breeding Violence
The Darkest Day of Man
Reprogrammed to Hate
Section 8
Murder Sermon
Vicer Exciser
Prostatic Fluid Asphyxiation
This is Exile

Dead Throne
Born To Lose
Hey John, What's Your Name Again?
HTML Rulez D00d
Assistant to the Regional Manager
Dez Moines
Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over
Danger: Wildman

Pretty tired, and I have homework, so I'll write a review tomorrow. Great show! Enter Shikari was pretty ridiculous and fun to watch, also, but I know none of their stuff. For Today was the highlight for me.

hellawaits77ny 11-06-2011 09:54 PM

Prostatic Fluid Asphyxiation, fuck yeah:rocker::rocker:!!!!

I wish WC played a different tour than this one.

jd091 11-06-2011 10:40 PM

Real quick, gonna throw this in here before I go to bed:

Devil Wears Prada have matured a ton. Like, a [I]ton[/I]. Not only musically, but in their image. Especially live. Here's some press shots so you can get an idea:

Circa 2007:


Take lead guitarist Chris Rubey, for example. In the first pic, he's the one with the beanie on and the shitty scene hair. He's in the far left in the second... and shit, that could've been something taken directly out of my wardrobe. Well done, sir.

MPF 11-06-2011 10:45 PM

So in 4 years they went from Emo's at Hot Topic to Hipster's from Starbucks?

mankvill 11-06-2011 10:55 PM

>he cares about a band's image

jd091 11-06-2011 11:04 PM

[QUOTE=MPF;411688]So in 4 years they went from Emo's at Hot Topic to Hipster's from Starbucks?[/QUOTE]
Well... yeah! But it's not scene, and not nearly as bad in my mind.
[QUOTE=mankvill;411690]>he cares about a band's image[/QUOTE]
Srs response to a non-srs post:

Come on, everyone cares about a band's image to an extent. If Iron Maiden was touring wearing skinny jeans, 2007 myspace haircuts, and SET YOUR GOALS shirts, are you telling me you wouldn't care? How about black metal? Why do all the elitists hate Liturgy? That genre has always been a popularity contest with your image. Hell, hardcore was always a popularity contest based on image also. Why do people love Gwar? Ghost? Portal? It's not [I]all[/I] because of the music. Image certainly plays a part into their essence of a band. So yeah, I care about the music first and foremost, but image help define a band and determine if they are a band I'm proud to rep, or if they're a guilty pleasure I don't wanna associate with.

mankvill 11-06-2011 11:36 PM

Srs reply: only faggots who want to be attention whores care about image. The music is all that matters. I like Norma Jean and Liturgy, along with Coalesce and Watain

Edit: re gwar, portal, etc.: those are shticks, not fashion.

hellawaits77ny 11-07-2011 12:22 AM

[QUOTE=MPF;411688] Hipster's from Starbucks?[/QUOTE]


Thats a perfect way to describe their attire!

MPF 11-07-2011 01:03 AM


Thats a perfect way to describe their attire![/QUOTE]


treghet 11-07-2011 09:12 AM

Good to see Whitechapel still playing two old songs.

I remember in spring 2008 Whitechapel toured with The Devil Wears Prada, Maylene & the Sons of Disaster, and some other band I can't remember. The tour hit Chain Reaction. This time around they played Club Nokia (which is actually a theater). Should give you a sense of how big they've gotten in such a short time period.

And here's another old photo..


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