Hollywood Undead Announce Ontario Dates For March

Hollywood Undead Announce Tour DatesLos Angeles masked rock/rap band Hollywood Undead have just announced several Canadian tour stops in March – one month before the band performs some tour dates in the United States. The band will stop in Toronto, London and Guelph as part of the tour. Tickets go on sale Feb. 8 at the usual ticket outlets. Toronto rockers Abandon All Ships will open all the Canadian dates.
 
The band released their third studio album Notes From The Underground in January, which quickly rose to number one on the Billboard Canadian charts. The band released the horror single We Are and toured throughout January supporting the album’s release.
 
Hollywood Undead burst onto the scene with their breakout 2008 debut, Swan Songs. Since its release, Swan Songs has exceeded sales of 800,000 worldwide and is quickly approaching platinum status. The band embarked on a two-year world tour that saw them play countless sold out headline shows as well as prestigious festivals such as the UK’s Download Festival. In addition, the album’s leadoff single “Undead” received prominent placements in the trailer for Paramount’s hit film, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and Madden NFL 2009. In 2009, the band released the Desperate Measures DVD/CD capturing their magnetic madness on stage. The collection also featured a few unreleased gems and covers. 
 
Hollywood Undead began constructing American Tragedy in early 2010. Collaborating with producers Don Gilmore, Griffin Boice, and S*A*M and Sluggo, the band tapped into a myriad of influences and styles, yielding music that’s as diverse and dangerous. American Tragedy’s first single, “Hear Me Now,” is an anthemic catharsis of guitars and synths, colored by these six distinct voices. At the same time, “Been To Hell” creeps from an ominous bass line into full-blown aural assault and battery during a distorted refrain. “I Don’t Wanna Die” is a funeral march for any and all enemies in Hollywood Undead’s path. Meanwhile, “Comin’ In Hot” could set any dance floor off with slickly sharp rhymes and “Levitate” floats into mainstream crossover territory on a soaring chorus.
 
Canadian Tour Dates
 
3/4 – Reno – Knitting Factory Concert House*
3/6 – Boise – Knitting Factory Concert House*
3/7 – Spokane – Knitting Factory Concert House*
3/8 – Portland – Roseland Theater*
3/9 – Vancouver – Rickshaw Theater**
3/11 – Calgary – MacEwan Hall Ballroom**
3/12 – Edmonton – Starlite Room**
3/13 – Saskatoon – Odeon Events Centre**
3/15 – Winnipeg – Garrick Event Center**
3/16 – Fargo – The Venue @ The Hub
3/19 – London – London Concert Theatre**
3/20 – Toronto – The Phoenix Concert Theatre**
3/21 – Guelph – Guelph Concert Theatre**
3/23 – Jonquiere – Theatre Palace Arvida**
3/24 – Quebec – Imperial de Quebec**
3/25 – Laval – Marcellin-Champagnat**
3/27 – Providence – Fete (Ballroom)
 
* w/ Dance Gavin Dance
** w/ Abandon All Ships
 
Additional US Tour Dates
 
Apr 26 Pima County Fair – Tucson, AZ
Apr 28 Welcome to Rockville – Jacksonville, FL
May 05 Carolina Rebellion – Concord, NC
May 11 TBA – Council Bluffs, IA