During a brand new interview with Music Mania's Clint Switzer, Wednesday 13 was asked once again if there is any chance of him and former SLIPKNOT drummer Joey Jordison regrouping anytime soon to work on a new MURDERDOLLS studio album."I would say right now, no," he said (see video below). "But I also said that about the second [album], that I didn't think that it would ever happen. But, yeah, we had a good run with the first and the second album, and, unfortunately, it just didn't quite work out that last time, touring-wise, and we just stepped away from it, and that's kind of where it is. So I don't know if it will ever get revisited."
He continued: "I don't have any ill will towards Joey or anything like that. We made a fucking awesome record — I love that record — and, you know, that's the way it is. I feel like we went out on a high note. We came back out and did one more record for everybody to kind of seal the deal on it and kind of seal our fate at the same time."
Wednesday 13 added: "I tell people [when they ask me], 'What happened?' I go, 'Well, you see that 'Nowhere' video, where we just drive off a cliff? That's kind of what we did, so to speak.' So that was a good way for us to say, 'All right, that's where the MURDERDOLLS went: off a cliff and…' I don't know. Did we die? I don't know."
MURDERDOLLS issued its sophomore album, "Women And Children Last", in August 2010 via Roadrunner Records. The CD, which was recorded at a studio in Hollywood Hills, California with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD), sold 8,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 43 on The Billboard 200 chart.
In an interview with the Classic 21 radio station at the 2013 edition of the Graspop Metal Meeting, Jordison — who played guitar for MURDERDOLLS — was asked if the band had officially come to an end. "Yeah. We're not doing anymore records," Joey replied. He elaborated in a separate interview with Metal Insider: "Nothing really happened [to cause the end of the MURDERDOLLS]. I really loved the last MURDERDOLLS record ['Women And Children Last']. It's just that, for me personally, I had enough of it, you know? I mean, it was fun but it's not where my heart lies in music. I lie more with drums and the more heavy and darker aspects of music. I need to push myself in different areas and I can't rely on the MURDERDOLLS to satisfy me artistically."
In a May 2012 interview, Wednesday was a little bit more optimistic about MURDERDOLLS' future, saying: "I love the band. It got me where I am. The last record we put out, 'Women And Children Last', it may be my favorite record I've ever put out — just because there was so much intensity in that record and just such a good time put into it. And if the band never happens again, we never do anything again, I know we went out on a high note with that record. And we got to do as much touring as we possibly could. Unfortunately, some stuff got cut short. But yeah, man, that was a big part of my life again, and if it happens again, it happens; and if it doesn't, it doesn't. I hate to say it's never gonna happen, and then you see another one of those 'reunion' tours. So I'll just leave it open."