Hollywood Undead Get Holy With ‘Day of the Dead’ Video
Have Hollywood Undead found religion? Not quite, but the group does spice up a fake religious entertainment program titled Holy Hour in their new video for "Day of the Dead."
The video was directed by Spence Nicholson and finds the band as the guest performers on a show that features shameless manipulation for fundraising as pulled off by a fake crying host, a 1-800 hotline for "God's Gals" and a QVC-esque host hocking crucifix jewelry and more.
J-Dog says of the clip, "A guy named Spence directed this video. He directed the 'Everywhere I Go' video too … Still one of our favorite videos. We came up with a really original idea for 'DOTD' and it came out amazing."
"Day of the Dead" is featured on the Hollywood Undead album of the same name, which is due March 31. Loudwire's readers recently voted the disc the most anticipated release of March. It's currently available for pre-order at Amazon, iTunes and GooglePlay.
The band debuted the video at the Welcome to Rockville and Rock on the Range websites, two of the festivals they have on their upcoming itinerary. The band will play the fifth annual Welcome to Rockville festival, first taking part in the Official Pre-Party at Jacksonville's Underbelly on April 25. They're also part of the bill for Rock on the Range, which takes place May 15-17 at Columbus, Ohio's MAPFRE Stadium. As for the remainder of their tour dates, click here.