WEDNESDAY 13: Support Act For UK Dates Announced

WEDNESDAY 13 has announced that THE HAUNTS will be the support act for the UK leg of his upcoming SkeleTour, which will kick off on May 12 in Wolverhampton.

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Wednesday 13 will release two discs this spring, the full-length "Skeletons" (due on April 29), and the "Bloodwork" EP (which is expected in May).

Regarding the "Bloodwork" EP, Wednesday 13 said: Last year I wasn't able to release any new music due to prior record contracts. So this year I want to give back as much as I can to the fans with the new full-length 'Skeletons' and the 'Bloodwork' EP. These are songs that didn't really fit on to 'Skeletons' yet I didn't want to split them up and have them be scattered bonus tracks here and there."

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"Bloodwork" EP track listing:

01. B-Movie Babylon
02. Return Of The Living Dead
03. Runnin' Down A Dream (TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS cover)
04. I Love To Say Fuck (2007)
05. My Demise B.C.
06. Skeletons A.D.

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