The Devil Wears Prada have released a performance video for their song ‘Vengeance,’ the latest single off their 2011 album 'Dead Throne.'

‘Vengeance’ is an energy filled performance video which features footage from the bands upcoming live CD/DVD which was shot at a Worcester, Mass., show during the Dead Throne Tour. Frontman Mike Hranica enthusiastically spoke about the tour with bare Bones Music Network by saying, “It is the most bittersweet ending to a tour. It’s been long. We did Australia before this one, but, man, the bands on the tour are so good.”

He went on to say, “It’s great dudes hanging out, getting to play so many songs and play songs from the new record. Everything is ideal. It is the perfect tour.”

In our exclusive interview with the Devils Wear Prada guitarist Chris Rubey talked all about the song by saying that "‘Vengeance’ is definitely the song that a lot of people listening to the CD for the first time like the most.”

He added, “I would say it’s one of our more simple songs, but then again it’s also more catchy. ‘Vengeance’ is a song we wrote as a full band. It’s just straight to the point. [A Day to Remember's] Jeremy McKinnon actually did help with a lot of the vocals on that song, so the patterns are catchy and memorable.

Read our full interview with Chris Rubey and also check out our concert review and photo gallery of TDWP's tour stop in New York City. The Devil Wears Prada are also gearing up for a spring tour with Everytime I Die, go here for a full list of cities and dates. In addition, TDWP will be part of this year's massive RockStar Mayhem festival.

Check Out the Performance Video for The Devil Wears Prada's ‘Vengeance’