Hollywood Undead and Asking Alexandria invaded New York as they rocked Roseland Ballroom with Borgore, We Came as Romans and D.R.U.G.S. on National Metal Day, Nov. 11.

Hollywood Undead hit the stage and the crowd went crazy as they performed tracks such as ‘Undead,’ ‘California,’ ‘Hear Me Now’ and many others. They had complete command of the stage even when they removed their super cool masks. Their hip-hop, rock, pop and metal groove had fans bouncing and singing.

Asking Alexandria had a volatile set complete with a massive circle pit, an epic stage dive and more crowd surfers than security knew how to handle. The band’s intensity infected fans as they belted out favorites such as ‘Closure,’ ‘Breathless, ‘Not the American Average’ and ‘The Final Episode (Let’s Change the Channel),’ among numerous others.

Earlier in the night, mix-master Borgore turned Roseland Ballroom into a serious nightclub with his mash ups and two sassy pole dancers he had onstage, twirling, flipping and shaking what their mama gave them. Borgore ended his act with a remix of System of a Down’s 'Chop Suey,' which the entire crowd sang, and kept singing even when he left the stage.

Michigan-based bands We Came as Romans and D.R.U.G.S. started off the night with forceful performances that got the blood flowing. Both bands set the intense tone with their vigorous stage presence and interaction with the fans.

The World War III wraps up on Nov. 20 in Atlanta, Georgia, and for a full list of dates go here.

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