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Day of the Dead
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Released: March 31, 2015
Recorded: 2014
Length: 1:06:26
Label: Interscope
Producers: Charlie Scene, Griffin Boice, J-Dog,
Matt Squire, Sean Gould
Billboard: 18
Singles: Day of the Dead, Usual Suspects, Gravity, How We Roll,
Live Forever, Disease
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Day of the Dead is the fourth studio album released by Hollywood Undead. It was released on March 31, 2015. It sold 29,787 copies on its debut week.


  • The titular lead single of the album, Day of the Dead, was released on October 21, 2014.
  • The second single from the album, Usual Suspects, was released on February 17.
  • The third single from the album, Gravity, was released on February 23.
  • The fourth single from the album, How We Roll, was released on March 9.
  • The fifth single, Live Forever was released on March 23.
  • The sixth single, Disease, was released March 27.
  • The first promotional single, War Child, was also released the same day.
  • The first music video from the album, which was for Day of the Dead, was released on March 18.
  • The second music video, which was for Usual Suspects, was released on June 2.
  • The third music video, which was for Gravity, was released on August 1.
  • Two songs from the album, Does Everybody in the World Have to Die and War Child, were used in the trailer for the movie Highway to Havasu.
  • The fourth music video, which was planned to be for War Child, was slated for a mid-2016 release, but was presumably cancelled.


No. Title Length
1. Usual Suspects 3:44
2. How We Roll 4:45
3. Day of the Dead 3:55
4. War Child 3:58
5. Dark Places 4:39
6. Take Me Home 3:48
7. Gravity 3:19
8. Does Everybody in the World Have to Die 3:17
9. Disease 3:31
10. Party by Myself 4:10
11. Live Forever 3:40
12. Save Me 3:27

Deluxe Edition




13. Guzzle, Guzzle 3:39
14. I'll Be There 4:01
15. Let Go 4:16

iTunes Bonus Track




16. Ghost 3:25

Best Buy Bonus Tracks




17. Sing 4:05
18. Fuck the World 4:09


Hollywood Undead

Charlie Scene
Da Kurlzz
Funny Man
Johnny 3 Tears


Griffin Boice
Ken Dudley
Sean Gould
Eric Dlux
Duck Leary
Danny Lohner
Kai Narezo


Reggie Edwards from thefrontrowreport.com gave the album 9.5 out of a total 10 mentioning that Hollywood Undead have completely outdone themselves yet again. He also mentioned that Day of the Dead is the perfect encapsulating of the band's entire career. Finally, he said: "When this record releases, it’s best for you to just welcome in this new chapter of Hollywood Undead’s career because it’s a damn impressive one and it’s time to enter into the Day of the Dead- you can’t escape it if you wanted to."


  • This is the first album by the band where the lead single has the same title as the album.
  • This is the third album which has references to its title in song lyrics.
  • Day of the Dead is also an English translation of "Día De Los Muertos", a Mexican holiday similar to Halloween. However, the holiday wasn't the influence.