- Day of the Dead – Hollywood Undead
Day of the Dead is the first single from the band’s fourth album, Day of the Dead. The music video for the song was released on March 17th, 2015.
It was directed by Spence Nicholson. It features the band appearing as musical guests on a satirical version of a for-profit televangelism show.
2.Skan & Krale – No glory
3.Who Taught You How to Hate – Disturbed
On the 21st of August, 2015, nu-metal band Disturbed released Immortalized, ending a 4-year hiatus since the release of The Lost Children.“Who Taught You How To Hate” is the 13th and final track on the standard version of the album.As the title would suggest, this song questions irrational hate towards others, generally due to a lack of understanding or a cultural stereotype.
4.Love The Way You Hate Me – Like A Storm
Love The Way You Hate Me is the second track on Like A Storms’ album “Awaken The Fire”
5.Do You Really Want It? – Nothing More
This song is the start of an album that (I feel) can be applied to relationships. If you look at the song names and you listen to the music, it’ll strike you like a stone.
6.Fivefold – Darker Side Of Me
7.Courtesy Call – Thousand Foot Krutch
8.Not Gonna Die – Skillet
This song is, according to John Cooper, one of the more natural songs for the Skillet fanbase. It has similarities to one of their most notable hits, “Comatose”; however, the song’s message presents a reminder that there is a persistent hope to life
9.Murder Melody – Cult to follow
10.Stronger – Through Fire
“Stronger” was originally released as a demo on Through Fire’s Riot 10 EP when they were named Emphatic. This re-recording is the lead single of Through Fire’s album, Breathe. The song is about breaking free from somebody who you believe you have become stronger than.
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