Hollywood Undead Song Preview

2014-05-10 by pillowhard | 23 Comments
Rap rock group Hollywood Undead have released a short instrumental preview for an unknown song from the group's upcoming album, due out
in October, as stated by vocalist George Ragan, a.k.a. "Johnny 3 Tears"

You can hear the preview here:



Tagged: Hollywood Undead

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dawija1017
May 10th 2014
676 Comments


Horrible preview from a horrible group of people

fallenbird
May 10th 2014
4473 Comments


dafuq is this shit?

dawija1017
May 10th 2014
676 Comments


pull up their sleeves and SEE THE PATTERN OF THEIR CUTTTSSS

Nocturnal
May 10th 2014
1329 Comments


Lol this band.

Mendross
May 10th 2014
458 Comments


It's only boring because the sick-as-fuck rapping isn't in it yet.

Jesuslaves
May 10th 2014
4682 Comments


George Ragan is such a gangster name. Why go by Johnny 3 Tears?

Confucius
May 10th 2014
493 Comments


How is this music

OwMySnauze
May 10th 2014
1684 Comments


Because of this, 3 tears were shed

d3vianc3
May 10th 2014
34 Comments


OMG OMG OMG

Slut
May 10th 2014
4174 Comments


Not ready

SharkTooth
May 10th 2014
13794 Comments


"Because of this, 3 tears were shed "
those tears should have been saved for Emmure, this band isn't worth caring about

Verm
May 10th 2014
1001 Comments


Horrible, kill them with fire :P

SharkTooth
May 10th 2014
13794 Comments


that would be a waste of gasoline

KjSwantko
May 10th 2014
10473 Comments


Just as shitty as expected

Verm
May 10th 2014
1001 Comments


This is shit, this band and the rest of the members should be castrated for all the crimes against humanity that they have commited, they make that limp bizkit looks good and limp bizkit is lol bad

SharkTooth
May 10th 2014
13794 Comments


OR we can just stop paying attention to either one

Devastator
May 10th 2014
3461 Comments


Surprised this band is still around honestly.

ExplosiveOranges
Contributing Reviewer
May 10th 2014
4408 Comments


This makes Emmure sound like Opeth. This makes Falling In Reverse sound like Agalloch. This makes Attack Attack look like Enslaved. Is this one of the worst songs ever? Methinks so.

Verm
May 11th 2014
1001 Comments



This makes Emmure sound like Opeth. This makes Falling In Reverse sound like Agalloch. This makes Attack Attack look like Enslaved. Is this one of the worst songs ever? Methinks so.[2]

Best comment I've seen in years


TheGreatQ
May 11th 2014
2543 Comments


What was the point of releasing this?

zaruyache
May 11th 2014
18068 Comments


God? Are you there? I have a favor to ask...

Impervious
May 12th 2014
1213 Comments


Honestly, this band is my guiltiest pleasure. I know the raps are shit and I know the people are hardly anything worth deserving life but those catchy choruses just get me everytime. I'm excited for another album. :|

moshpotatoes
May 12th 2014
712 Comments


It's only boring because the sick-as-fuck rapping isn't in it yet. [2]



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