Hollywood Undead is indeed a Los Angeles, California-based rap-rock band that debuted in 2005. On September 2, 2008, they published their debut album, Swan Songs, and on November 10, 2009, they released their live CD/DVD, Desperate Measures. American Tragedy, its second studio album, being released on April 5, 2011. All of the members within the group went by pseudonyms and then used to wear their own masks, the majority of which have been based on similar hockey goalkeeper designs. Charlie Scene, Danny, Funny Man, J-Dog, as well as Johnny 3 Tears are the actual members of the band.
Notes from of the Underground, there own third studio album, was released on January 8, 2013.
Day of the Dead, their fourth studio album, was released on March 31, 2015. Five (or V) is the title of Hollywood Undead’s fifth studio album, which has been released on October 27, 2017. This album’s first single, titled “California Dreaming,” was released on July 24, 2017. New Empire, Vol. 1, its sixth studio album, was released on February 14, 2020.
New Empire, Vol. 2, its follow-up and also most current album, was published on December 4, 2020.
On October 25, 2019, Hollywood Undead released the lead single, “Already Dead.” On October 31, 2019, a music video was released a week later. On November 15, the second single, “Time Bomb,” was released, along with the revelation that perhaps the album’s title would’ve been New Empire, Vol. 1. As per George, a member, “”This album is our endeavor at recreating Hollywood Undead, not only a new sound for with this release, however a fresh sound for such band as a whole,” Ragan said. Our objective from of the start was to create music which stands apart from our earlier albums but also fitting into what we’ve done previously. Drawing here on foundations of the past to establish a new sound as well as a new empire.”
Members Danny Murillo as well as Jorel “J-Dog” Decker stated that Benji Madden of Good Charlotte, Kell Quinn of Sleeping with Sirens, as well as rapper Killstation will appear on New Empire, Vol. 1 inside an interview alongside Silverstein frontman Shane Told on his Lead Singer Syndrome podcast show. The band released the album’s third and final single, “Empire,” as well as its accompanying music video on January 10, 2020, one month well before album’s release.
On July 31, the band released the very first song off the unannounced official follow-up to New Empire, Vol. 1 titled “Idol,” which features Tech N9ne. The official music video for Zero 9:36’s song “The End / Undead,” which features Charlie Scene, Johnny 3 Tears, as well as Funny Man of Hollywood Undead, got released on September 4. The band released their second song, “Coming Home,” on September 18. The band released the third single as well as remix version of a song “Heart of a Champion” on October 16, 2020, also with a music video depicting Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach as well as Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills.
On the very same day, the group unveiled the tracklist as well as official artwork for its seventh studio album, New Empire, Vol. 2, as well as revealed that it would be released on December 4, 2020.