Hollywood Undead Tickets
Emerging from the streets of Hollywood, Hollywood Undead made its mark with their unique masks and pseudo names. The band established its identity with their special hockey masks and the thug attitude. The music union by the name of Hollywood Undead came into being in 2005 with Tha Producer and J-Dog taking the lead. Other members of the band who joined at a later stage comprise of Charlie Scene, Johnny 3 Tears, Funny Man, Danny and Da Kurlzz.
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The band initially uploaded a few of their tracks online before releasing any album which gained instant enormous level of support owing to their set-apart image and the masks attracting a huge teenage fan base with the epitome of wildness. A great deal of band’s sudden popularity is owed to the social networking site, My Space – members of which were often seen wearing the band’s masks in public generally.
It was the unimaginable response of their first online released song ‘The Kids’ that urged the founding members to form a full-packed rock band set to shake the rock music world. Focusing on the rap core and hard rock genre of music, the band also incorporated elements of hip-hop, pop and minor metal. The six man army has a unique aura at their live performances. Their retentive performances and the special hockey styled masks are the key features of their barbaric band image.
Hollywood Undead released their debut album by the name Swan Songs with A&M/Octone Records in 2008 after cancelling their first contract with My Space Records. The album reached number 22 at the Billboard 200 within its initial release week and sold 2,100 records. The band released the album in the next year in UK with a couple of bonus songs. The same year, it came up with a CD/DVD collection by the name Desperate Measures including the band’s remaining unreleased songs, live recordings from their debut album and a remix version of the song ‘Everywhere I Go’.
Hollywood Undead experienced a transition stage with their lead singer Deuce departing the band. The band soon replaced the empty slot with a close friend, Murillo. Alongside all the rumors, the band did manage to get back on the track and started working on their second album by the name American Tragedy. Scheduled to be released in 2010, the band could only release a promotional song from the album in 2010. The song ‘Hear Me Out’ jumped to number two position at the iTunes Rock Chart instantly. The band maintained its wild head-banging style but experimented into comparatively more serious song themes. The album is themed to be the sanctuary for the disenchanted hoi polloi; those who had transformed the band into a mega hit initially with their dedicated support and appreciation.
The band soon released another song from their upcoming album, ‘Been To Hell’. The promotional song released before the album boosted the anxiety level of the fans and made them thirsty for more! Finally, the much awaited album American Tragedy by Hollywood Undead was released and it reached heights not dreamed by the band or the releasing label. The album became a mega hit and sold 67,000 copies during its first week of release. The album startled to the number 4 position at the Billboard 200. The album reached various other top 5 rankings and aced the number one position at the Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Albums Chart. Undoubtedly, the album scored highlighting positions in various other countries as well, including Canada (No. 5) and United Kingdom (No. 43).
To promote the exceptionally doing well album, Hollywood Undead planned a tour by the name ‘Revolt Tour’ in collaboration with a couple of other rock/metal bands that include Drive A, 10 Years and New Machine. With the unimaginable support and the dramatically increasing fan base, Hollywood Undead’s this year promotional tour is expected to remain booked in advance. Grab your exclusive Hollywood Undead Tickets now to avoid standing in long lines and enjoy the power-packed electrifying performance of the mask-hidden funky entertainers.
HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD NEWS AND UPDATES
Hollywood Undead Announce North American Tour
American rap rock band from Los Angeles, Hollywood Undead recently announced a North American fall tour. The 48-date trek is scheduled to kick start on September 30 at the Louder Than Life Music Festival in Louisville. It will then visit major cities which include Las Vegas, Atlanta, Seattle, Kansas City and West Hollywood.
Hollywood Undead will release their fifth music record titled ‘V’ in October 2017. The album follows up ‘Day of the Dead’ which came out in 2015 and made it to the second spot on the Billboard Hard Rock chart.
Hollywood Undead Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Hollywood Undead tickets is $147. The date and location for this event is 19-Sep-20 at Westfair Amphitheater, Council Bluffs. The minimum get-in price for Hollywood Undead tickets is $147.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|89.7 The River: River Riot - Hollywood Undead, Bad Wolves, From Ashes To New & Fire From The Gods||Council Bluffs||19-Sep-20||$147||$147|
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