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Hollywood Undead burst onto the scene with their debut album Swan Songs in 2008, and it didn't take long for the band to find success; the album hit number 22 on the Billboard 200 in its first week of release after selling over 21,000 copies. Listeners... ... read more

Hollywood Undead Videos

Hollywood Undead - Young
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Hollywood Undead - Young 12,488,192 views
Hollywood Undead - Undead (W / Lyrics) 12,167,379 views
Hollywood Undead - Been to Hell 6,093,886 views
Hollywood Undead No. 5 Music Video 10,879,464 views
Hollywood Undead - Everywhere I Go 8,994,988 views
Hollywood Undead - Hear Me Now 8,843,325 views
Hollywood Undead - Levitate (Digital Dog club mix) 1,097,774 views
Hollywood Undead - Bullet + Lyrics 2,645,459 views
Hollywood Undead - My Black Dahlia With Lyrics! 2,788,646 views
Hollywood Undead - Undead 3,656,822 views
Hollywood Undead "Comin' in Hot" Official Music Video 4,258,797 views
Hollywood Undead - Bullet (Lyric Video) 1,662,490 views

Hollywood Undead Bio

Hollywood Undead burst onto the scene with their debut album Swan Songs in 2008, and it didn't take long for the band to find success; the album hit number 22 on the Billboard 200 in its first week of release after selling over 21,000 copies. Listeners were immediately taken with Hollywood Undead’s mix of rock, brash hip-hop, minor metalcore, and thug attitudes. Swan Songs went on to sell 887,000 copies, spawned four music videos, and had songs featured in popular movie trailers and video games.

In 2009, the band followed up Swan with a CD/DVD set release called Desperate Measures, which featured six new songs and live recordings of some songs from Swan, and that peaked at number 29 on the Billboard 200. Hollywood Undead performances soon became some of the most popular around the world.

Hollywood Undead released its much-anticipated second studio album, American Tragedy, in 2011; its “Been to Hell” track was voted the fifth best rock song on the AOL Radio Top 10 Rock Songs of 2011. Tragedy debuted at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and charted in a few other countries including Canada and the UK.

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Hollywood Undead User Comments

Deepak H. Oct 5, 2012
Another band that I really like listening to! These guys are pretty expletive so this is not for the faint of heart or pregnant women! These guys are bad ass hip hop artists and they are actually nice if you do not mind few obscenities hurling your way. My favorite songs are "Everything I do", "Undead", "Bullet" and "Tear it up"! Their rap is not as fast compared to the likes of Eminem or Dre but the songs, in some random way, actually sound good. I certainly would not mind going to one of their concerts!

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