Hollywood Undead recently dropped their remix disc ‘American Tragedy Redux’ based off of their successful second studio album ‘American Tragedy.’ The band collaborated with numerous artists such as Jonathan Davis of Korn, KMFDM, Andrew W.K., labelmates Borgore and many others.
"Rock star" is a common Halloween costume for kids and grown-up kids alike, but what do real rock-stars-in-the-making dress up as? Rock stars, of course! At least that was the case for Alice in Chains drummer Sean Kinney, who says that most years of his childhood he spent the last day of October dressed up as Peter Criss from Kiss.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis, KMFDM and Andrew WK and are just a few of the artists that have remixed songs for a reworking of Hollywood Undead’s second album, ‘American Tragedy.’ The new disc, ‘American Tragedy Redux,’ comes out Nov. 21.
Asking Alexandria and Hollywood Undead have announced plans to hit the road this fall on a 2011 U.S. co-headlining tour. Dubbed the World War III tour, the trek kicks off Nov. 1 in Mesa, Ariz., and is scheduled to touch down in a total of 17 cities through a Nov. 19 gig in Tampa, Fla. Borgore, We Came As Romans and D.R.U.G.S. are slated to open all dates.
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