Hollywood Undead: 'American Tragedy' Redux Released

Hollywood Undead gave their sophomore album, American Tragedy, new life this Monday, November 21st when American Tragedy Redux was released.

Hollywood Undead: 'American Tragedy' Redux Released
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Hollywood Undead gave their sophomore album, American Tragedy, new life this Monday, November 21st when American Tragedy Redux was released on A&M/Octone Records. The album features remixes of all twelve tracks including "Comin' In Hot" (Wideboys Remix), "Hear Me Now" (Jonathan Davis of Korn), "I Don't Wanna Die" (Borgore), and "Levitate" (Digital Dog Remix). The official video for "Levitate" (Digital Dog Remix) is also available now for fans to watch. J-Dog spoke about the upcoming album stating, "This is our first remix record ever. We got to pick the DJ`s and re-mixers that the band really likes. Borgore', Jonathan Davis (Korn)', KMFDM', Andrew W.K.' are a few on the list. Who would have thought that someone you grew up listening to would one day remix your song, MeBitch! So stay tuned, and hope you enjoy it. We hope it makes you sweat your tits off at your barnyard raves! Enjoy!" Hollywood Undead are in the midst of wrapping up their co-headlining "World War III" Tour with Asking Alexandria before joining the "Buried Alive" tour as the main support to Avenged Sevenfold kicking off November 23rd in Ft. Meyer's, FL. For more tour dates and other information on Hollywood Undead, be sure to check out the band's official site, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.

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    TheAbsentOne
    Why. I didn't even think the first album was that terrible. I liked a few songs and still do. But this is garbage. Oh, they're shitty live, too.
    strat0blaster
    Stoked for the remix album. I like the band, but honestly, they've got a number of awesome songs that show their potential, and a bunch of really cliche boring party bumpers that just ruin the flow of the album. I've got about half of each CD on a playlist on my iPod, and the rest I never touch. Interested to see what Jon Davis and Borgore did with the tracks, though.