Hollywood Undead will be the featured guest on the nationally syndicated radio show ROCKLINE with host Bob Coburn on Monday January 28, 2013 at 8:30pm PDT / 11:30pm EDT. To speak with members of Hollywood Undead fans are encouraged to call Rockline toll free at 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For a station near you and for information regarding how to log onto the Internet for the broadcast go to www.RocklineRadio.com The show will be streamed on the Rockline website for two weeks beginning the afternoon after the live broadcast.
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By Mike || Courtesy of Lithium Magazine.
On January 23rd the Mod Club in Toronto, along with fans of Hollywood Undead, were preparing for a highly anticipated last stop on the tour that had sold out within moments. One of the reasons the band opted to play this particular venue was to create an intimate performance with the vive of their old shows. The line-up of show goers featured fans of all ages, rocking the band’s masks and merchandise, including band member Charlie Scene’s doppelgangers, wearing the famous bandanas, sunglasses and hats.
The house lights went out and the sound of Kansas’ “Dust in the Wind” enveloped the venue, cutting in and out in time with the flashing stage lights. The crowd exploded and the band punched back with “Undead”. With every member wearing a state of the art mask and performing their own vocals, it presented an overwhelming visual experience that made it difficult to focus on only thing. The stage action was intense and it didn’t take long for fans to begin crowd surfing….
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By Chad Childers || Courtesy of Loudwire
Hollywood Undead have just unleashed their new album, ‘Notes From the Underground,’ and one of the band’s vocalists, Johnny 3 Tears, recently took some time out to speak about the creation of their latest effort with Loudwire.
The rhyme-slinger also shares his thoughts on songwriting, shooting a music video with Slipknot‘s Shawn Crahan, the importance of getting to know the fans, what makes their live shows special and the evolution of their famous masks. Check out the interview below:
Loudwire had a chance to preview the first webisode for the ‘Notes From the Underground’ sessions and it looks like you’re just having a really ‘good time’ in the studio. Did it seem more laid back this time around for you?
That was all an act. [laughs] But yeah, you know, sometimes you get too comfortable and the more you’re in a band the more complacent you can get, so I think our focus was really on keeping it interesting and not getting too comfortable, but we try to keep it exciting which is where liquor and such comes in, you know. You never know what’s gonna happen, buddy!
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By Keven Skinner || Courtesy of The Daily Blam
Notes From The Underground’ is Hollywood Undead’s third studio effort and the band is more cohesive than ever, delivering what is without a doubt their catchiest album yet. Scratch that, it’s their best album yet and it’s way too early to say it’s an album of the year candidate but if the world ended this week we’d have a winner.
Masked maniacs Hollywood Undead have delivered on the promise that bandmember Charlie Scene personally informed me of when I asked him about the new album in an interview. Low and behold, they have brought the party tracks back and it…is….awesome.The band’s last effort ‘American Tragedy’ was geared towards more brooding and haunting rock which worked well for the guys but I thoroughly missed the party songs that made Hollywood Undead’s debut album so different than the rest of the scene.
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By Paige Montgomery | January 14th, 2013 | Courtesy of Reverb
East Colfax is no Sunset Strip. But for anyone who attended Hollywood Undead‘s show at the Bluebird Theater on Saturday night, it definitely felt like it.
Hollywood Undead has one of the hottest tracking albums in rock. The Los Angeles band’s third studio album “Notes from the Underground” dropped on Jan. 8, and thanks to generous reviews from the rock and metal press, paired with enormous hype from fans on social networks, the rap/rock ensemble had no problem selling out its first run of shows in 2013.