The Daily Blam Review: Notes From the Underground

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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