WEDNESDAY 13: Solo Album Mastered, E-Card Available

December 16, 2004

MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 has issued the following update on his recent activities:

"I just got back from NY visiting the fine people at Roadrunner Records to discuss the album and plans for the future. Everything is looking great and everyone seems to be on the same page as how to market and promote this fucker. Also, the band just finished a grueling 12-hour photo shoot with Paul Brown in L.A. for the album and press releases. We got some really cool shots, so look for those to start creeping their way out in the magazines soon. The record is mixed, mastered and complete now, and it sounds fucking great. We just have to finish up the artwork and get it out to all of you ghouls!!!! Over the next few weeks, we are getting the tour plans together for the album — so stay tuned here for all the latest!!!

"Be sure to pick up the new issue of Metal Hammer magazine UK (on sale Dec. 20th) for the four-page spook-tacular tour feature on Wednesday and the gang. See what happens before, during and after a Wednesday 13 show — this is your official backstage pass!!!"

As previously reported, a brand new solo track, "Rot for Me", from Wednesday 13's upcoming solo album, "Transylvania 90210 – Songs of Death, Dying and the Dead", has been made available for download at this location. An E-card for "Buried By Christmas", taken from the upcoming album, can be accessed at this location.

"Transylvania 90210 – Songs of Death, Dying and the Dead" is scheduled for release in early 2005 via Roadrunner Records. Wednesday 13's band is currently comprised of Wednesday on vocals/guitar, Ghastly on drums, Kid Kid on bass and Pig on guitar.

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