Following up from yesterday’s roundup on the news of an upcoming Benji Madden/Hollywood Undead collaboration, we’ve got confirmation of another artist being featured on this year’s upcoming Hollywood Undead album.

Back in December, Killstation posted on his Instagram Stories a list of upcoming projects, including mention of a then-unannounced collaboration with Hollywood Undead, ending his list with “Hollywood Undead x Killstation”:

Reddit user u/Cxariio would later notice that Killstation put out a tweet about the track count for his debut album, mentioning that the record would have “NO FEATURES”, eliminating the possibility of whatever the Hollywood Undead/Killstation collab may be from appearing on the artist’s upcoming release.

Yesterday marked the release of the latest episode of the Lead Singer Syndrome Podcast, featuring an interview with J-Dogand Dannyahead of their appearance on the High Times Instagram Live stream back in December.  In the interview, the two band members confirm that Killstation will indeed be appearing on Hollywood Undead’s sixth album.

With a proven veteran in the form of Benji Maddenand an up-and-comer like Killstation both being featured players on the new album, it certainly seems like Hollywood Undead’s choice of collaborators is turning out to be just as diverse as their own catalog of music.

SOURCEu/Cxrariio; Reddit
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Scrub has spent the better part of the last decade contributing to SCNFDM as the site's lead content editor.  His prior contributions to the Hollywood Undead fandom include providing content for famous Hollywood Undead tumblogs like HoodAsFuck and Vik Winchester's original HU Tumblog. 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. Scrub has been participating in the Hollywood Undead community in some capacity as far back as Fall of 2008 on the original Ning page.  In his spare time, Scrub is a computer engineer by day, and also writes mini-reviews for various genres of games and shares pictures of his ever-growing Transformers collection on Twitter.