WEDNESDAY 13: 'From Here To The Hearse' To Arrive In July

MURDERDOLLS singer Wednesday 13 has set a July 13 release date for a new vinyl-only effort entitled "From Here To The Hearse". This very limited (1,000 copies in the U.S.) gatefold, colored LP will showcase songs from the various stages of the singer's career. It will contain songs from WEDNESDAY 13, BOURBON CROW and GUNFIRE 76 — as well as one previously unreleased track.

The "From Here To The Hearse" layout was once again handled by Marlene Elizabeth, who has done most of Wednesday 13's previous artwork, while the photos come from James Williams.

James was discovered via RazorStrike.com, a fan-run web site that allows fans to connect to musicians through various ways — interviews, show reviews or photo passes. RazorStrike.com helps give professional fans a foot in the door to reach their creative goals. Wednesday 13 saw James' photos on the site and believed they would be perfect for the release and is pleased to help James get his name out there.

"From Here To The Hearse" track listing:

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Side 1:

01. Gimmie Gimmie Bloodshed (WEDNESDAY 13)
02. From Here To The Hearse (WEDNESDAY 13)
03. B-Movie Babylon (WEDNESDAY 13)
04. I Love To Say Fuck (2007) (WEDNESDAY 13)
05. Suck My Dixie (BOURBON CROW)

Side 2:

01. Long Way To The Bottom (BOURBON CROW)
02. 197666 (WEDNESDAY 13 - live)
03. Los Angel-Less (GUNFIRE 76)
04. One More Reason (GUNFIRE 76)
05. It's A Wonderful Lie (previously unreleased)

Wednesday 13 is currently planning limited vinyl releases for all of his self-released product.

Wednesday 13's "F**k It, We'll Do It Live" DVD/CD was recorded on July 18, 2008 at the Crocodile Rock in Allentown, Pennsylvania and was released in October 2008. It was the first official live recording from the artist.

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