January 1, 2004

MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 (formerly of North Carolina horror-metal outfit FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13) has launched the web site for his brand-new merchandise line, Thirteen Dead Kids. Check it out here.

As previously reported, Wednesday 13 has announced plans to do a few select solo dates to promote the merchandise line. Backing him on these shows will be Floridian "grave rockers" DEATH BECOMES YOU.

Confirmed WEDNESDAY 13 solo dates:

Jan. 30 - The Money - Rock Hill, SC
Jan. 31 – TBA - NC

Additional Wednesday 13 dates will take place in March.

MURDERDOLLS, whose lineup is completed by SLIPKNOT drummer Joey Jordison on guitar, ex-DOPE guitarist Acey Slade, bassist Erik Griffin, and drummer Ben Graves, have lined up the following dates in January:

Jan. 15 - Key Club - Hollywood, CA
Jan. 17 - The Showcase Theater - Corona, CA

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