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The Devil Wears Prada dropped the newest single “Chemical” off of their upcoming album The Act. The Act is due out Oct. 11.

“Chemical” is the third single released by the band. Their most recent was “Please Say No”. Like always, “Chemical” is an absolute heater and we can’t wait for The Act.

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Check out the official The Devil Wears Prada tweet and listen to the track below.

We’re getting some pretty big Underoath and Linkin Park vibes here and we love it. Also, this is likely to be the last single released before they drop The Act. The band also announced a tour with Norma Jean and Gideon following the release of their album. Tickets and preorders for The Act are available here.

“Chemical” by The Devil Wears Prada Lyrics

Waking up to no meaning I stare at the ceiling
Count the imperfections that
Surround my being, can tell how I’m feeling
And it hurts more when you ask
There’s a hole in my head and heart
But I’m a long way from the start
There’s a hole in my head and heart
But I’m a long way from

Back when I couldn’t move, was frozen
I told myself, it’s all good
It’s only chemical

It’s only chemical
It’s only chemical

I’m too shy to speak up guess I have my reasons
For telling little lies
About those around me and what I could be
It’s eating me alive
There’s a hole in my head and heart
But I’m a long way from the start
There’s a hole in my head and heart
But I’m a long way from

Back when I couldn’t move, was frozen
I told myself, it’s all good
It’s only chemical
I want to scream, but it won’t help
I’ve created my own hell
And it’s only chemical
It’s only chemical

It’s only chemical
It’s only chemical

I find comfort when they say
You can’t sit and count the days
Until it ends
There’s still times I want to break
Everything I’ve ever made
But I’ve come a long way from
I’ve come a long way from

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Back when I couldn’t move, was frozen
I told myself, it’s all good
It’s only chemical
I want to scream, but it won’t help
I’ve created my own hell
And it’s only chemical

It’s only chemical
It’s only chemical
It’s only chemical
It’s only chemical

Dates

10/19 — St Louis, MO — Ready Room
10/20 — Lawrence, KS — Granada Theater
10/22 — Denver, CO — Summit Music Hall
10/23 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
10/24 — Las Vegas, NV — Vinyl
10/25 — Santa Cruz, CA — The Catalyst
10/26 — Fresno, CA — Strummer’s
10/27 — Pomona, CA — Glass House
10/28 — Phoenix, AZ — Marquee
10/30 — Dallas, TX — GMBG
10/31 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall

11/2 — Tampa, FL — Orpheum
11/3 — Atlanta, GA — Masquerade
11/5 — Nashville, TN — Exit/In
11/6 — Greensboro, NC — Blind Tiger
11/7 — Baltimore, MD — Sound Stage
11/8 — Pittsburgh, PA — Mr. Smalls
11/9 — Toledo, OH — Civic Music Hall
11/10 — Syracuse, NY — Westport Theater
11/12 — Philadelphia, PA — TLA
11/13 — New York, NY — Grammercy Theatre
11/15 — Chicago, IL — Bottom Lounge
11/16 — Milwaukee, WI — The Rave

More The Devil Wears Prada

After their first single “Lines Of Your Hands” dropped, the band spoke a bit about their new era and their aim to push the boundaries of metal.

“We wanted to do something that actually tests the boundaries,” vocalist Mike Hranica  says. “You don’t see that in rock, and there’s so little invention in rock these days. With Roots Above to look at it from that perspective was us moving from screamo to metalcore. That was the objective of that record, according to my memory at least. That’s not so much what The Act is.”

Hranica says this new album feels like a make-or-break moment for the band. He and the other members don’t want to stifle themselves by remaking the same music, so they’re playing with their sound in ways they never have before.

“I think there are safer options as far as what we could have done with our seventh record,” he explains. “We didn’t want to do that. We wanted to do something that tries to avoid the tiredness and nail it in. Being complacent, which I think would have been making the ‘safer’ record, is something that we deeply look to avoid, and by making a record that we think is going to try people or catch them off guard is something we intentionally signed up for.”

You can read the full interview here.

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