2011 has been a banner year for Hollywood Undead.   The band’s sophomore release, American Tragedy, entered the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart at number 4 this past spring and has sold almost a quarter of a million albums to date in the US alone. The album has spawned several hits including “Hear Me Now,” “Been To Hell,” “Coming Back Down,” and the latest single “Bullet.”
American Tragedy will get a new life this fall when American Tragedy Redux is released on November 21st on A&M/Octone Records.   The album will featuring remixes of twelve tracks including “Been To Hell…And Back” (KMFDM), “Hear Me Now” (Jonathan Davis of Korn) and “My Town” (Andrew WK remix).
“This is our first remix record ever,” J-Dog from Hollywood Undead explains. “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, Me…Bitch!   So stay tuned, and hope you enjoy it. We hope it makes you sweat your tits off at your barnyard raves! Enjoy!”

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