MURDERDOLLS' WEDNESDAY 13: U.K. Tour Photos Posted Online

MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 has uploaded a bunch of photos from his recently completed U.K. solo tour to promote the new FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS CD and his brand-new merchandise line, Thirteen Dead Kids. Backing him on these shows were Floridian "grave rockers" DEATH BECOMES YOU. Check out the photos here.

Commented Wednesday: "I want to thank all the cool Ghouls of the UK for coming out to the Graveyard A Go Go tour and making it a success. This tour really meant a lot to me, because I funded it all myself, out of my own pocket, with no support from the label or management. Mrs. 13 and I put it all together, along with the help of my good friend and Tour Manager, Richard. It was better than anything I could have ever imagined. A lot of people didn't want this tour to happen and I proved that it could and it was a success. I had a great fucking time and I will be back soon, I promise... 'In Ghouls We Trust.' "


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