From the Ground

Album: Notes From The Underground (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • This forceful track marked new territory for Hollywood Undead as their heaviest track to date. "We write a lot of different kind of stuff but for that one we wanted to do just a brutal f--king metal track," said the band to Alternative Addiction at the time of its release. "So that was kind of the intention we had when we wrote that song. But I think one thing that metal lacks in general is melody so it was kind of like writing a metal song but incorporating the melody that we do with any other song. It was a bit of an experiment but by the end of it we really liked the song and we felt a lot of our fans would like it too so we put it on the record."

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