Formed in 2005, Hollywood Undead is a rap rock band out of Los Angeles, California that became famous through the popular social networking website, MySpace. The band consists of six members, Charlie Scene, Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog, Da Kurlzz, Deuce, and Funny Man. Their first song on MySpace “The Kids” received nearly a million plays in the first 9 weeks of release, and by 2006 received over 8 million plays, making them MySpace’s number one top unsigned artists. They broke out into the real world in August 2008 by winning a Book the Band contest against four other bands, which allowed them to debut their album “Swan Songs” live at the Virgin Mobile Festival.

They didn’t release their album “Swan Songs” until September 2, 2008 due in large part to their search for a company that wouldn’t censor their music. Once the album was signed with A&M/Octone Records, it grabbed the number 22 spot on the Billboard 200 in its first week of release. Other success came from their single “Undead” being featured on the “Madden NFL 09” and “UFC 2009” soundtracks, as well as the “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” movie trailer.

Hollywood Undead tour plots fall dates with Atreyu for U.S., Canada
Up-and-coming rap rock group Hollywood Undead will roam the U.S. and Canada this fall on a five-week, co-headline venture with alternative metal band Atreyu. The trek picks up October 16 at The Pavilion at Lone Star Event Center in Lubbock, TX, and continues through November 20 at the House... Read more
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus tour kicks off summer with Hollywood Undead
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus has announced plans for a 34-city tour of North America with an eclectic supporting lineup on reserve. The band’s summer 2009 season launches on July 5 at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI, and continues through September 18 with a performance at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC.... Read more
Hollywood Undead, Senses Fail lead 2009 Saints & Sinners Tour
The up-and-coming rapcore outfit Hollywood Undead will team with Senses Fail, Haste the Day and Brokencyde for a winter jaunt. The four-band Saints & Sinners Tour is scheduled to hit nearly 25 cities on its coast-to-coast run of the U.S. The trek begins February 27 at Revolution Live in... Read more