Hollywood Killerz Post Music Video For The Song “700.000”
June 10, 2011
“700.000”, the new video from the Italian glam punk act Hollywood Killerz, has been posted online and can be viewed below. The song comes off the band’s debut album ‘Dead On Arrival’, released last December through logic(il)logic Records. The video was filmed in May, 2011 at United Club, Torino and directed by Alberto Chimenti Dezani and Patrick Delorenzi for ProblematicEnt.
Inspired by life, sex and death, Hollywood Killerz combine a variety of sounds that are refreshingly dissimilar into a brew of hard rock and punk for good measure.Sleazy, dirty and hateful — imagine Dead Boys jamming with Faster Pussycat, and soon after partying with Motley Crue… You get the picture. Hollywood Killerz always hit the stage hard, playing hi-voltage, lo-school, IQ-barbeque live shows.If you want pure loud glam punk, you got it.
The band’s new album ‘Dead On Arrival’ was recorded between March and November 2009 at Nr.8 Studios. It contains 13 tracks, unveiling Hollywood Killerz’ different sides: from the glam punk attack of “700.000” and “Lovecrash” to the hard-rock-meets-disco-beat of “Over & Over” — from the obscure melodies of “Through the Sand” and “Luxury Depression” to the punky-edged “Our Memories May Be Right” and “Girls R Dead”, slowing down in the moody “How (Could I)” and “More Than It Hurts You”.