Former MURDERDOLLS frontman WEDNESDAY 13 will support the Finnish goth metal band THE 69 EYES on their U.S. tour this summer.

WEDNESDAY 13 and THE 69 EYES just played a dozen or so shows together in Germany and had such a good time they have decided to bring the rock 'n' roll show to the states. Also joining the bands will be FAIR TO MIDLAND, the latest signing to SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian's record label, Serjical Strike.


Jun. 20 - Gramercy Theatre - New York, NY
Jun. 21 - Mr. Smalls Theatre - Millvale, PA
Jun. 22 - Agora Ballroom - Cleveland, Ohio
Jun. 23 - Harpo's - Detroit, Michigan
Jun. 24 - House Of Blues - Chicago, Illinois
Jun. 26 - Bluebird Theater - Denver, Colorado
Jul. 03 - Meridian - Houston, Texas
Jul. 05 - Revolution - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Jul. 06 - House Of Blues - Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Jul. 07 - Roxy Theatre - Atlanta, Georgia
Jul. 09 - Recher Theatre - Towson, Maryland
Jul. 10 - Theatre Of The Living Arts - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

More dates will be announced soon.

The new THE 69 EYES album, "Angels", was released in Finland on March 5 via Virgin/EMI (out in the U.S. on Caroline Records). The CD was produced by Hiili Hiilesmaa and Johnny Lee Michaels — the same team that was responsible for 2004's "Devils". The video for the album's first single, "Perfect Skin", was directed by Ralf Strathmann and was filmed in Hollywood in mid-October 2006. You can watch the clip here. The additional tracks on the single are live versions of "Devils", "Christina Death" and "I Just Want to Have Something to Do" (originally by THE RAMONES) recorded at Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood in March 2006. The limited edition of "Angels" includes a bonus DVD containing the "Perfect Skin" video, a five-song live set from Hollywood’s Whisky a Go-Go in 2006 and "On The Route 69", a short film based on Ville Juurikkala's photos.

WEDNESDAY 13's video for the song "Home Sweet Homicide" has been posted online at this location. The track comes off the singer's sophomore solo effort, "Fang Bang", which was released in the U.S. on Sept. 12, 2006 via Restless Records/Rykodisc.


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