Photos by Gabriela Jeronimo
Celebrating their 2009 third studio album and second highest-charting LP to date titled With Roots Above and Branches Below, Ohio metal/hardcore bunch The Devil Wears Prada recently embarked on a November through December tour of the U.S. with Fit For A King and ’68 in tow.
New York City’s Gramercy Theatre enjoyed all 11 tracks off WRAABB, rioting to big hits like “Assistant to the Regional Manager,” “Dez Moines,” “Danger: Wildman,” “Gimme Half,” and “Louder Than Thunder.” Prior to performing said LP, TDWP delivered a cover of Julien Baker‘s “Sour Breath,” and dished out favorites “To the Key of Evergreen” and “Worldwide” off their latest full-length, Transit Blues, along with “Born to Lose” from Dead Throne, and “Planet A” off Space EP. Mega track “Mammoth” closed out their set.
Fit For A King played material from their last two records, Dark Skies and Deathgrip, delivering giant songs like “The Price of Agony,” “Dead Memory,” “Pissed Off,” and “Tower of Pain.” ’68 brought the noise with In Humor and Sadness numbers “Track 3 G” and “Track 8 O,” along with newer tracks “Eventually We All Win,” “Whether Terrified or Unafraid,” “This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed and Blue,” and “Life Has Its Design” from last year’s Two Parts Viper.
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