WEDNESDAY 13 (ex-MURDERDOLLS) will release his already completed new album, "Skeletons", in March/April 2008. "We have been meeting with various record labels and want to make sure we find the right home," reads a posting on Wednesday's MySpace page. "We want to give the new record label as much time as needed to really set up the CD. This CD is very personal to W13 and he wants to make sure it gets the proper attention." Tentative songtitles set to appear on the album include "From Here to the Hearse", "Dead Carolina", "All American Massacre" and "Not Another Teenage Anthem".
Wednesday 13 recently enlisted the guitar services of Staci Grim for his "Ghouls on Parade" tour, which kicks off next month. As previously reported, the singer was involved in a car accident that left him with a broken collar bone and a severely bruised ankle. Wednesday 13 has realized that he will not be 100% by the time the tour begins and in order to incure that no shows are cancelled, Staci was brought in to help fill out the band's live sound.
J-Sin Trioxin (MISTER MONSTER, MICHALE GRAVES) was added to Wednesday 13's lineup as the replacement for Eric Griffin.
As previously reported, Wednesday 13's video project "Weirdo-A-Go-Go" has been completed for a tentative February 2008 release. The show will feature the campy and morbid sense of humor that any fans of Wednesday 13 can expect. In the first two episodes, Wednesday 13 hosts clips and trailers of cheap horror flicks, along with performing schlocky but witty skits with his strange and wacky sidekicks. The program promises to resurrect the tradition of Saturday morning TV shows that Wednesday 13 grew up on — the random creations of Sid and Marty Krofft and Pee Wee's Playhouse mixed with the comedic approach of horror hosts Commander USA, Elvira, and Zacherely. The project, to be distributed by Horror High, LLC, was shot by Rafa of Core Entertainment, Inc. Rafa is most noted for the video and web site projects he has done for AVENGED SEVENFOLD, EVANESCENCE, ROB ZOMBIE, DISTURBED, STATIC-X and the Dimebag tribute bracelet.