ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.—“Been To Hell,” the latest music video for gold-selling rap rockers Hollywood Undead features a familiar face from the adult world... legendary performer Peter North. “The Decorator” himself makes a cameo in the band’s short form cinematic narrative for the second single from their forthcoming A&M/Octone sophomore release, American Tragedy.
Hilarious and haunting all at once, the video also stars Digital Playground contract star BiBi Jones. The starlet plays a girl new to Los Angeles with dreams of making it big in Hollywood. Naturally, the only thing “big” she gets is from North. Meanwhile, industry presence and AVN Award-nominated director Craven Moorehead also pops up.
The video was directed by Moorehead of Bloodline Cartel and childhood friend Jeff Janke of Amp Research. AMP specializes in music videos and avant-garde photography, among several other skill sets, and Moorehead is slowly carving out a niche for himself in the mainstream. He’s directed and filmed for independent horror films for Hollow Productions, including the forthcoming Bad Girls Burn In Hell and Bloodstruck. He also lensed metal legend Glenn Danzig’s music videos for “Across Your Killing Floor,” “On A Wicked Night,” and “Ju Ju Bone.” In addition, he’s shot numerous performances and interviews with A-list actors and music acts for Artistdirect.com and shot photos, overseen production and directed videos for the acclaimed horror novel series, Dolor.
Hollywood Undead have become a fixture on modern rock radio and remain one of the most prominent and fast-rising acts in the 21st century pop cultural landscape. Hits like “Everywhere I Go” and “Undead” ring out like anthems for the youth as their debut album, Swan Songs inches towards platinum status. American Tragedy, which was released April 4, debuted on Billboard's Rock Chart at number one.
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