Hollywood Undead "Dead Bite" Song Review —5 out of 5 stars
Fri, 26 Oct 2012 09:32:39
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"It's war on my enemies," spits Johnny 3 Tears on Hollywood Undead's brand new jam, "Dead Bite".
With how razor sharp his flow is, those enemies are straight-up fucked—as well as anyone else in the Los Angeles collective's way. "Dead Bite" sees Hollywood Undead tap into the grimy, gritty, guttural aggression of their landmark debut, Swan Songs, but there's a wise wit to it, bringing the group to a new level altogether.
Check Charlie Scene's "roofie gin-n-tonic" and "does this smell like chloroform?" lines for proof and laughs. Danny's vocals sound angelically evil as he croons the unforgettable hook. The guitars, bass, and beats wobble like zombies on the march as J-Dog entrancingly urges, "Follow me to the creep show".
With anthems this tight, we'll follow you all the way to hell, bro. The war has begun and Hollywood Undead have returned with one of their catchiest cuts yet. It's the perfect preface to what's bound to be one of the best albums of 2013…
Till then, sleep tight, the war is just beginning.
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