HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD Releases Music Video For 'Already Dead'

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD Releases Music Video For 'Already Dead'

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD has released the official music video for its new single, "Already Dead". The song marks the band's first music released since 2018's "Psalms" EP, which has racked up over 50 million streams worldwide. "Already Dead" is also the first effort from HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD's forthcoming sixth full-length album, due next year via Dove & Grenade Media/BMG. More details will be announced soon.

"It's an explosive rock anthem," says vocalist Danny Murillo recounting the new track, and affirming the group's ability to create arena-sized hits that blend a variety of genres into the recognizable HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD sound. He continues, "Humans can find pleasure in trying to hurt you. When you take away that satisfaction and become immune to it, it's empowering."

Since the release of HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD's RIAA-platinum-certified 2008 debut album, "Swan Songs", their distinctive and infectious music has incited a cult audience of millions of fans, resulting in sold out shows across the globe and huge festival appearances at Reading and Leeds, Rock Am Ring, Rock On The Range, and more. The band has shared the stage with AVENGED SEVENFOLD, KORN, STONE SOUR and CYPRESS HILL, in addition to receiving nods in the press from the likes of Consequence Of Sound, Billboard, Alternative Press, Rolling Stone and Revolver. The quintet has also garnered massive mainstream appeal, with its 2011 sophomore record, "American Tragedy", going gold and hitting No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Their 2013 full-length, "Notes From The Underground", seized the #2 spot, and in 2018, HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD crossed one billion total global streams across its catalog.

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD is:

Johnny 3 Tears - vocals, bass guitar
J-Dog - vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, programming
Charlie Scene - vocals, guitar
Funny Man - vocals
Danny - vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass

Photo credit: Darren Craig


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