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Hollywood Undead Kick Off 'Radio Undead'
April 1, 2010


Hollywood Undead is launching their customized radio station on iheartradio.com, called "Radio Undead." Check out this hilarious video of a fan free styling "Radio Undead" on Hollywood Blvd. "Radio Undead" will kick off TODAY, April 1st, where fans can listen to hours of music by some of Hollywood Undead's favorite artists, such as Nine Inch Nails, Muse, Deftones, Snopp Dogg, Alkaline Trio, and more.

Hollywood Undead
is currently working on their sophomore album, a follow-up to their acclaimed debut 'Swan Songs'. For more info and updates on the band's progress, head over to the band's official Myspace Page, and stay tuned to www.iheartradio.com.

For more info, visit:
Myspace: www.myspace.com/hollywoodundead
Official Page: www.hollywoodundead.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hollywoodundeadofficial?v=app_7146470109

 
 
 
 
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Hollywood Undead Release Webisode 3
March 25, 2010
Hollywood Undead are starting the countdown to their new, customized radio station on www.iheartradio, "Radio Undead." The band just posted a new countdown widget on their Facebook page that includes a video of the guys - complete with animated masks - discussing their musical choices. Click here for the widget, or just watch the video on YouTube. "Radio Undead" will kick off this April, and for two weeks fans can listen to hours of music by some of Hollywood Undead's favorite artists, some of which, according the band themselves - might surprise you. Click here to RSVP to the event before April 1st.

Hollywood Undead is currently working on their sophomore album, a follow-up to their acclaimed debut 'Swan Songs'. For more info and updates on the band's progress, head over to the band's official Myspace Page, and stay tuned to www.iheartradio.com.
 
 
 
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Hollywood Undead Premiere New Single On Myspace
November 9, 2009
Hollywood Undead has teamed up with Myspace Music to exclusively premiere their new single "Dove & Grenade." The track is taken from their upcoming CD/DVD, 'Desperate Measures', that will release online and in stores on Tuesday, November 10th.

But that's not all; the 6 MC's expect to see you back at their Myspace page on Sunday for the live video premiere of "Black Dahlia." You'll be able to check out the whole track from the 'Desperate Measures' DVD two days before you can buy it.

Take a listen to the new single "Dove & Grenade" here and pre-order 'Desperate Measures' before it drops online and in stores on 11/10. 'Desperate Measures' iTunes Pre-order.

For more info, visit Hollywood Undead's Official MySpace page.
 
 
 
 
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Hollywood Undead Release 'No Other Place' Live Video
November 9, 2009
Hollywood Undead have just posted live video footage from their upcoming CD/DVD release 'Desperate Measures'. The performance showcases the 6 MC's performing the popular song "No Other Place" to a fan packed venue. The band's high energy performance gives fans a peek at what they can expect on 11/10 when the CD/DVD package releases online and in stores. 'Desperate Measures' includes 6 live records, 6 new studio recordings and 60 minutes of Hollywood Undead live and uncut.

Make sure to pre-order your copy of 'Desperate Measures' and visit the bands Myspace page for a list of upcoming tour dates on the Vatos Locos Tour with Atreyu.
 
 
 
 
 
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Atreyu Prepare To Release New Album
August 21, 2009
Orange County rockers, Atreyu have finally released their first webisode in preparation for their upcoming release, 'Congregation of the Damned' via Hollywood Records. In this first clip, the band reflects on the past 10 years together and what lies ahead with the new record. Look for Atreyu on tour this Fall with Hollywood Undead kicking off on October 16th.

'Congreation of the Damned'
hits stores October 27th with their first single coming out in late September.

Tour Dates w/ Hollywood Undead:
10/16 - The Pavilion - Lubbock, Texas
10/17 - Sunset Station - San Antonio, Texas
10/18 - House of Blues - Dallas, Texas
10/20 - Las Palmas Race Park - Mission, Texas
10/21 - Verizon Wireless Theater - Houston, Texas
10/23 - Hard Rock Live - Orlando, Florida
10/24 - The Tabernacle - Atlanta, Georgia
10/25 - House Of Blues - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
10/26 - The Fillmore Charlotte - Charlotte, North Carolina
10/27 - The National - Richmond, Virginia
10/29 - Roseland Ballroom - NY, New York
10/30 - Sonar - Baltimore, Maryland
10/31 - Electric Factory - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
11/02 - Metropolis E - Montreal, Quebec
11/03 - Sound Academy - Toronto
11/04 - Ches-Arena - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
11/06 - Aragon Ballroom - Chicago, Illinois
11/07 - The Myth - Maplewood, Minnesota
11/08 - Sokol Auditorium - Omaha, Nebraska
11/10 - The Fillmore Auditorium - Denver, Colorado
11/11 - The Great Salt Air - Magna, Utah
11/13 - Knitting Factory ConcertHouse - Boise, Idaho
11/14 - Showbox SoDo South - Seattle, Washington
11/15 - Roseland Theatre - Portland, Oregon
11/17 - Sacramento Memorial Auditorium - Sacramento, California
11/18 - Event Center at San JoseState Univ. - San Jose, California
11/20 - House of Blues - Las Vegas, Nevada

For more info on Atreyu, visit the band's Official MySpace page, or the Official website at http://www.atreyurock.com.
 
 
 
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Biography
HOME TOWN: Hollywood, CA

Hollywood Undead are about to drop a musical bomb. On their debut album (A&M/Octone), they've concocted an explosive cocktail of hip hop, rock and metal,forging an alternative style that's primed to blow the scene up. They craft incisive, sharp and sarcastic raps that slash the jugular of mainstream pop culture. They aren't your standard rap or rock crew. They're something new, dangerous, funny and alive. Deuce busts out the melodies. Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog and Charlie Scene lead the lyrical charge, while Funny Man drops rhymes, and Da Kurlzz hypes the fray. Donning individual masks, Hollywood Undead possess a dark aesthetic that's connected to their hometown's depravity. Tracks like "No. 5" dissect the frivolities of Hollywood with witty, catchy choruses. Album opener "Undead," sets the tone, firing off a big melody and buoyant beats. Meanwhile, "Los Angeles" examines the town's evil edge. However, Hollywood Undead has got the gusto to be earth shattering far beyond cyberspace. They're already knocking at your door, and they're about to break it down.

Hollywood Undead’s sound cuts with a distinct hip hop swagger and a brooding, hard rock aggression. The band recorded seventeen songs with production by Danny Lohner (Nine Inch Nails), Don Gilmore (Linkin Park) and Deuce. J-Dog describes the sound best. "It's different genres mixed together with no holds barred. The rap songs are straight-up club songs. The rock songs are in your face and industrial. It's a collaboration of six people with different thoughts, coming together and not holding back." Charlie Scene elaborates further, "It's the truth about what average, suburban teens are thinking. No one else is rapping about how those kids party and what they go through in life, but we are."

Everything was born from a collaboration by Deuce and J-Dog in 2005. They posted a couple of their songs on the internet, and within a day, they had a slew of friends and plays.They inked a deal with A&M/Octone in 2008, and they're ready to unleash their manifesto. Johnny 3 Tears delves deeper into the band's message. "Our music and lyrics are just a communication of our lives. That's the best way to define it. It's all extremely and explicitly honest about stuff we go through--love, hate and pain. People see that honesty, and they respond to it. I want it to last forever for them. It's not fleeting."

The masks contribute to the band's mystique. Charlie explains, "In order to keep everything a mystery, we didn't want people to know what we look like." That mystery is just as important to the band's identity as the city is. J-Dog continues, "I've seen too many people who just couldn't cut it out here. This city literally chews people up and spits them out. In Hollywood, there are aspiring actors, artists, crack heads, gang bangers, taggers, and homeless people. They all add to the culture. Growing up around so many different people made us who we are. Hollywood was always known for its rawness, and we have that." The world will soon see that Hollywood Undead is as raw as it gets.