Not to be confused with [[Literature/TheDevilWearsPrada the book and movie of the same name]], TDWP is a six piece [[ScreamoMusic Screamo]]/{{Metalcore}} band from Dayton, Ohio formed in 2005. With a fusion of Christian-themed lyrics and WordSaladTitle songs, TDWP has become one of the most successful [[ChristianRock Christian]] {{Metalcore}} acts around. They've so far released four full-length albums and one EP.

* Mike Hranica - lead vocals/screams
* Chris Rubey - lead guitar
* Jeremy [=DePoyster=] - rhythm guitar, clean vocals
* Andy Trick - bass
* Daniel Williams - drums
* James Baney - keyboards

* 2006 - ''Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord''
* 2007 - ''Plagues''
* 2009 - ''With Roots Above and Branches Below''
* 2010 - ''Zombie'' (EP)
* 2011 - ''Dead Throne''
* 2013 - ''8:18''
* 2016 - ''Transit Blues''
!!Tropes associated with The Devil Wears Prada:

* AlbumTitleDrop: Sassafras for "With Roots Above and Branches Below."
* ArtifactTitle: Subverted. They assumed the book was about anti-materialism, but after reading the book, they decided to rework the title to fit their own view.
-->''"When standing before God, he won't care about your sweet Prada scarf or Gucci shoes or whatever. It's a Christian reasoning for the name, we didn't name it to attempt at being fashionable or whatever." (Mike Hranica)''
* ChristianRock: Nowhere near as wholesome as one might think though.
* LargeHam: Mike seems to enjoy being one, espcially when he guest spotted on A Day To Remember's [[ I'm Made Of Wax Larry]] music video.
* LongTitle: Just about all of their songs before ''Zombie''.
* LyricalDissonance: In their more Christian-themed songs, reading the lyrics and listening to the hard music style can be slightly jarring.
* MetalScream: As per {{Metalcore}} fashion, Mike employs this alot.
* NonIndicativeName: Most of the song titles on their first three albums have absolutely nothing to do with the lyrics or subject matter.
* SopranoAndGravel: Jeremy (soprano) Mike (gravel).
* SurprisinglyGentleSong: Louder Than Thunder, sung entirely by Jeremy.
* ZombieApocalypse: The Zombie EP, naturally. The songs exercise every trope found in the genre.