A few weeks after breaking the news that they would be down a member, The Devil Wears Prada has officially announced the release of their sixth studio album. On Monday (July 18), the Ohio-based band confirmed the news of their brand new studio record. The new album will be titled Transit Blues and is set to be released on Oct. 10 through Rise Records.
Pre-orders for Transit Blues are currently available on the band’s website here. This record marks the group’s first album without longtime drummer, Daniel Williams. At the beginning of July, TDWP announced that Williams had left the group as well as that they were finishing up their new album. That announcement also marked the second time the band said good-bye to a longtime/founding member. Back in July of 2015, guitarist Chris Rubey left the band to spend more time with his wife and daughter.
Currently, speculation over who will fill in on the drums for Williams is still ongoing. Last week, the band debuted the lead single off of Transit Blues, “Daughters.” In the clip, Haste The Day’s Giuseppe Antonio Capolupo can be seen on the drums. Even though Capolupo was in the video, there is no official confirmation on whether he is part of the band or just filling in. Check out the video for “Daughters” here.
Transit Blues will be the follow-up to 2015’s Space EP