It was a busy week for Hollywood Undead, complete with the announcement of new music in the form of the often-discussed Hotel Kalifornia Deluxe Edition finally getting a firm release date.  Check out the full press release circulating through the online music-media space replicated below-

Platinum-certified Los Angeles quintet, Hollywood Undead will release the deluxe version of their eighth studio album Hotel Kalifornia on April 28 in both digital and vinyl formats. 

The vinyl deluxe will feature five new tracks including “Evil,” which the band is excited to share today. The digital deluxe version will also feature an exclusive bonus track “House of Mirrors” featuring multi-genre sensation Jelly Roll.

Hotel Kalifornia, originally released in 2022, represents “a juxtaposition between the ‘haves’ and the ’have-nots,’ highlighting the ongoing homelessness and cost of living crisis that is affecting the band’s home state of California.” Hotel Kalifornia saw placements on genre playlists such as Spotify’s Rock Hard, Hard Rock & Rock Rotation, Apple Music’s Breaking Hard Rock & New in Rock, and Top 40 placement at US Rock & Active Rock Radio with the standout single “City Of The Dead.”

Hollywood Undead is currently wrapping up the Rockzilla Part 2 Tour with Papa Roach and Falling In Reverse. The band will make several festival appearances throughout the spring and summer worldwide with Bamboozle Festival, and international festivals including Rock Im Park, Rock Am Ring, Nova Rock, Hellfest, and more. Find tickets and tour info at


“World War Me”
“Ruin My Life”
“Go To War”
“Alone At The Top”
“Wild In These Streets”
“Lion Eyes”
“Trap God”
“Happy When I Die”
“City Of The Dead”
“First Class Suicide”
“Break On Through”
“House Of Mirrors” (feat. Jelly Roll) (Digital Deluxe only)

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Scrub has spent the better part of the last decade bouncing back and forth between Los Angeles and Denver. His prior contributions to the Hollywood Undead fandom include providing content for famous Hollywood Undead tumblogs like HoodAsFuck and Vik Winchester's blog. His time in LA allowed him to provide the community with behind the scenes tidbits, music video shoot info, and exclusive live recordings of Han Cholo.