8 thoughts on “ To the Key of Evergreen - The Devil Wears Prada - Transit Blues (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Mikashakar says:
    Sep 26,  · The eighth track on The Devil Wears Prada’s sixth full length, “Transit Blues”. It was the second single to be released from the album, being released two weeks before the album’s initial.
  2. Galmaran says:
    Oct 07,  · Editors’ Notes Although Transit Blues’ opening salvo, "Praise Poison," is all pummeling metalcore and whiplash guitars, for the most part The Devil Wears Prada’s sixth album sees them favoring bold sonic departures. Electronic programming whirrs through "The Condition," while "To the Key of Evergreen" tempers snarling licks with spacious post-rock that blooms like a sunrise.
  3. Muzilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Transit Blues on Discogs. Label: Rise Records (3) - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • The Devil Wears Prada - Transit Blues (, CD) | Discogs/5(12).
  4. Sharg says:
    Transit Blues is the sixth studio album by American metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada. It was released on October 7, through Rise Records. For the album, Giuseppe Capolupo, drummer of Demise of Eros, Haste the Day and Once Nothing, stated he had recorded on Transit Blues, after Daniel Williams left the band.
  5. Kigazahn says:
    Mar 04,  · The band’s most emotionally fraught release to date, The Devil Wears Prada are sharing the serenity and trauma of their ‘Transit Blues’. Six albums into their career, The Ohio set stand firm to share their incredible evolution at the hands of time and the ‘Transit Blues’, a byproduct of their 12 year history, marked significantly by ‘To the Key of Evergreen’, a relentless.
  6. Tozshura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Transit Blues on Discogs.
  7. Volkree says:
    Continuing a descent into darkness that began on 's Dead Throne, the Devil Wears Prada turn inward on their sixth album, Transit Blues. Deathly serious and relentless in its bleakness, Transit Blues is as blistering and visceral as anything they've done, but a .
  8. Fesho says:
    Oct 07,  · Editors' Notes Although Transit Blues’ opening salvo, "Praise Poison", is all pummelling metalcore and whiplash guitars, for the most part The Devil Wears Prada’s sixth album sees them favouring bold sonic departures. Electronic programming whirrs through "The Condition", while "To the Key of Evergreen" tempers snarling licks with spacious post-rock that blooms like a sunrise.

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