MURDERDOLLS Frontman Talks About Upcoming Solo Tour

MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 (formerly of North Carolina horror-metal outfit FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13) has issued the following statement regarding his upcoming U.K. tour, which is scheduled to kick off in early March:

"A lot of questions have been coming in, asking what I will be doing at these shows. I will not be modeling clothing, I will not be doing stand up comedy, unless you consider the music I've made in the past comedy, and no other members of the MURDERDOLLS will be performing with me. I will however be playing songs from the entire FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS history, as well as a few surprises. I have the Florida-based graverockers DEATH BECOMES YOU as my backing band. These guys are a bunch of gruesome ghouls and these shows are sure to be a visual hand-grenade of horror. The reason for this tour is to promote the new merchandise line, The Thirteen Dead Kids, as well as to fulfill my boredom from sitting on my ass while the MURDERDOLLS are on this break. I will have merch available at the shows, as well as an exclusive The Thirteen Dead Kids shirt, only available at these shows. Be sure to check out the new frankensteindragqueens.com for news on the upcoming FDQ '6 Years, 6 Feet Under the Influence' album available early 2004. I hope to see all the Ghoulscouts at the shows and I promise not to let you down, thanks for all your support and stay ghoul."

WEDNESDAY 13's U.S. solo dates:

Jan. 29 - Winston-Salem, NC @ Ziggy's
Jan. 30 - Rock Hill, SC @ The Money
Jan. 31 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ The Limelight

WEDNESDAY 13's "Graveyard A Go-Go Tour":

Mar. 13 – Birmingham, UK @ Academy
Mar. 14 - London, UK @ Mean Fiddler
Mar. 15 - Portsmouth, UK @ Wedgwood Rooms
Mar. 16 - Oxford, UK @ Zodiac
Mar. 17 - Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
Mar. 18 - Glasgow, UK @ King Tuts
Mar. 19 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
Mar. 20 - TBA
Mar. 21 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Mar. 22 - Exeter, UK @ Lemon Grove

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