Did you know there’s a zombie apocalypse upon us?! Prepare for it with Zombie Slay. Be the hero that rises from the darkness as you traverse realistic city and surburban landscape to save other survivors from disgusting, evil creatures that have overtaken the earth.
To keep your momentum up while fighting against the undead, you’ll need some serious tunes — so enjoy your personal metalcore soundtrack while you destroy approaching zombies with a simple swipe of your finger. Your temperature is sure to rise as zombies crowd your screen, but get excited — the more you kill, the more features you unlock! Awesome weapons, much needed armor and different environments become available with more play.
Zombie Slay is more than a game, it’s preparation for the inevitable zombie invasion!
THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
Forget everything you knew about The Devil Wears Prada.
The technically proficient, guitar-driven American metal that you’ll hear on the band’s fourth studio album, Dead Throne, is bigger and more balanced than what was contended with on 2009’s breakthrough offering, With Roots Above and Branches Below, and 2010‘s Zombie EP.
“The songs are inspired by a lot of the things in my heart, per usual,” explains frontman Mike Hranica.
Rounded out by guitarist and clean vocalist Jeremy DePoyster, guitarist Chris Rubey, bassist Andy Trick, keyboardist James Baney, and drummer Daniel Williams, The Devil Wears Prada wrote all of the songs that appear on Dead Throne before heading into the studio with Dutkiewicz, a man the band trusts and respects.
“We aim to give listeners and fans something they can enjoy, but we’ll also always make songs we personally stand behind,” says Hranica. “We’d write differently if we were purely trying to sell albums: that’s just not how it works for us. No compromises.”
Dead Throne finally takes hold of what the band has merely hinted at in the past, and fans both old and new will quickly see this album for what it is — a brilliant, emotional, captivating and brutal journey brought forth from the heart of a band that won’t conform to the latest trends. Ultimately, Dead Throne tackles issues of failed relationships and perseverance of faith.