Following the chart-topping 2013 release of Notes from the Underground , the masked members of the raucous rap rock band Hollywood Undead embarked on the Underground Tour II, pummeling international audiences with their adrenaline-filled live shows. The band drew rave reviews for their performances at the Epicenter 2012, Rockfest, and Aftershock festivals, impressing fans with their signature masked stagewear, relentless mic assaults, and an electrifying custom lightshow.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“Hollywood Undead never lets me down! They have one of the best shows that I have seen. This is a concert that I never pass up when they are in town. The crowd is really into the music and the band is as high energy as you can get.”
“…the group has a lot of passion and the music is great. With their masks and lights it is truly a show. I would see HU over and over again.”
“As usual, Hollywood Undead was outstanding. Such a great show with the perfect selection of new and older material.”
On their 2008 debut album Swan Songs, Los Angeles-based band Hollywood Undead brought an amalgam of musical styles to the table—hip hop, alternative rock, electronic and dance. Critics and fans loved the band’s trademark masks and intense vocal interplay between members, while killer tracks like “Been to Hell” and “Levitate” shot to the top of the charts. Their 2013 release Notes From the Underground has been hailed as their best yet, reaching No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Canadian Albums chart.