Hollywood Undead Released The Second Studio Album

A Rock/Metal band from California, Hollywood Undead came back with their new studio album. A half-year their focused entering the studio to record the tracks for their new album. The new album “American Tragedy” out now! This is after a three-years since their debut album released in 2008. The album also featuring the ex-contestant of the ninth season of American Idol Daniel Murillo (Danny) as the lead vocals replacing Aron Erlichman (Deuce) who left the band in early 2010.

The album debuts on Billboard 200 at number 4; and on the top of the Billboard Hard Rock Albums Chart on the week of April 23. The album also charted at #2 on Rock Albums, Top Digital, and Top Aletrnative Albums Chart. The album invite much praises from critics. Even, Rick Florino of Artist Direct gave American Tragedy a perfect stars.

Tracks and Singles

The album containing 14 tracks and 3 of its had released as singles before the released of the album in the US . The fourth single was Comin’ In Hot.

Music Videos

The band had a hard-working in their music videos which had premiered three music videos so far: Hear Me Now (YouTube Premiered: 18 February), Been To Hell (Premiered on iTunes: 15 March) and for the newly single Comin’ In Hot (YouTube Premiered: 9 April). Watch the videos below.

#Note: You may watch the Comin’ In Hot video on YouTube.

Album Review

  • Artist             : Hollywood Undead
  • Titled             : American Tragedy [#2]
  • Genre             : AlternativeRock, AlternativeMetal
  • Released       :
    • April 4, 2011 (Europe)
    • April 5, 2011 (US)
    • April 13, 2011 (Japan)
  • Label              : A&M/Octone Records, Polydor Records
  • Producer      : Don Gilmore
  • Singles           :
    • Hear Me Now (Released: December 13, 2010)
    • Been To Hell (Released: March 15, 2011)
    • Coming Back Down (Released: March 15, 2011)
    • Comin’ In Hot (Released: April 9, 2011)

Deluxe Edition

The Deluxe Edition contains 14 tracks+4 tracks on the album, including Mother Murder, Lump Your Head, Le Deux, and S.C.A.V.A. 

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