Deuce Does It Again Nine Lives Out This Week #2 On Itunes Rock Albums
Co-founder and former frontman of Hollywood Undead, Deuce, has released his debut solo album Nine Lives today. The album that has been proclaimed as the true follow-up to Hollywood Undead’s massive hit, Swan Songs proves Deuce has worked his magic again as it debuts at #2 on iTunes’ rock albums chart and #16 overall at the time of press.
Fans have also made the connection between Nine Lives and Swan Songs. Here are a couple fan submitted reviews on iTunes:
"Having heard both Hollywood Undead and Deuce's new albums, I've come to the conclusion that it was Charlie Scene, Da Kurlzz, Funny Man, J-Dog and Johnny 3 tears who left HU. Deuce has stuck true to his style, something HU cannot say." - Sully Zack
“Nine Lives has arrived and it does not disappoint. Nine Lives is a true sequel to Swan Songs and it delivers in every way, shape and form.” - Eradik
Super deluxe bundles for Nine Lives including a mask, exclusive t-shirt, copy of the album, DVD containing the music videos for “Let’s Get It Crackin’” and “America,” as well as 9 “behind the scenes” pieces are also available on Deuce’s newly launched official store (http://www.myplaydirect.com/deuce).
Deuce’s lead single “America” is currently sitting in the top 25 on the active rock chart and is the 4th highest selling track. Deuce is on the road promoting his new album and single on the Fight To Unite Tour, which runs through May 6th and has sold out shows.
Deuce is a lyricist, songwriter, producer and knows-no-boundaries singer/rapper hailing from Los Angeles, CA. As the co-founder, former lead singer and main songwriter/producer for Hollywood Undead, Deuce emerged as the creative force that led the band to staggering albums sales of their debut, Swan Songs, which also reached #1 on the Alternative, Hard Rock and Rock album charts. Deuce is known for his signature masks and ability to jumpstart any party with his often raunchy and vulgar lyrics. Since his departure with Hollywood Undead in 2010, Deuce has performed in front of thousands at 2011’s Epicenter and has been gearing up for the release of Nine Lives.
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