HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD Releases 'Your Life' Video

January 17, 2018

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD is sending a message of purpose for 2018 by highlighting "Your Life", the final track from its new album, "Five". The standout song closes the record with elegiac keys, jagged riffing and an 808-boom propelled by edge-of-your-seat raps and an undeniable plea: "It's your life. It's do or die." Watch the brand-new Brian Cox-directed video below.

"It might be cliché to say, but it needs to be repeated: You can't waste your fucking time," said HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD's Johnny 3 Tears. "Every moment you waste worrying is a moment you could've been doing something that might actually have consequence by the day you die."

Having just wrapped a four-month North American tour in December in support of "Five", HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD is jumping right back in with a substantial run of Europe that starts next week. With sold-out shows from Manchester to Birmingham and Munich to Prague, the quintet's atomic live performances are in high demand, especially in London and Budapest where multiple nights have been sold out since shortly after their announce in August. Tickets and VIP packages for all available shows are on sale now.

"Your Life" follows a string of HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD videos from "Five" that have now amassed over 20 million combined views.

"Five" was released on October 27 via Dove & Grenade Media/BMG and debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top Albums chart. Threading together a collage of metallic instrumentation, street corner poetry, and industrial haze, the record has already racked up over 35 million streams, led by tracks like "California Dreaming", "Whatever It Takes" and the airy and ominous "Bad Moon".

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD is Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog, Charlie Scene, Funny Man and Danny.

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