Hollywood Undead’s “Undead” and “Everywhere I Go” have been certified double Platinum by the RIAA

Despite multiple member changes and changing musical tastes, Hollywood Undead have managed to not become a relic of the MySpace era. Utilizing the social media network to garner a sizable fanbase even before their 2008 debut full-length was released, they’ve collaborated and toured with the likes of Tech N9ne, Papa Roach, B-Real of Cupress Hill, and many more – and they’re still constantly releasing music today.

That being said, it’s the band’s earlier music that’s still highly successful, and now many of the band’s oldest songs have received new accolades from the RIAA.

According to the RIAA, though, both songs have now been certified double Platinum by the RIAA, denoting sales of two million units moved. Nine other songs from the band’s catalogue have also been certified Gold, including “Black Dahlia”, “Bullet”, and more. Pretty impressive stuff, considering many bands that existed in their same scene don’t even register a blip on the radar anymore.

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