Sonic Shocks conducted an interview with MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 prior to his special Halloween (October 31) show at Koko in London, England. You can watch the chat below. The concert was professionally filmed and recorded for a DVD release.
Wednesday 13 has been busy in the studio all summer recording music for two new releases; the "Spook & Destroy" EP, which was issued in October, and a new full-length album, "The Dixie Dead", due in February/March 2013.
"Spook & Destroy" contains two new songs, two remixes, one acoustic reworking of a song as well as three re-recordings of some older songs.
"People keep asking why I have recorded some of my older songs," said Wednesday 13. "The simple answer is that I have been recording music for 20 years; actually 2013 makes 20 years of me putting out recorded music. A lot of the recordings from the earlier days were bare-bones recording. As recording technology has become cheaper and better, I wanted to go back and give those songs a proper recording."
Wednesday 13 earlier in the year released one of the re-recordings, "Mr. Motherfucker", exclusively through Metal Hammer magazine. The song was originally released in 1998 by his former band FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13.
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