WEDNESDAY 13 Re-Releasing MANIAC SPIDER TRASH Recordings

MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 and his former bandmate Abby Normal are teaming up for the official release of MANIAC SPIDER TRASH's "Dumpster Mummies" and "Murder Happy Fairytales". Although sold at local shows in the mid-'90s, and a bootleg treasure, these recordings have never had proper distribution — until now!

Commented Abby Normal: "MANIAC SPIDER TRASH was unapologetically fierce and bewildering. We wanted fans to be shocked, puzzled, insulted, entertained. It didn’t matter as long as they noticed us. Most importantly, we had some great songs to support the attitude. Of all the songs I've been involved with, the MANIAC SPIDER TRASH tunes remain some of my favorites."

Added Wednesday 13: "Never say never. After years of deciding what to do with these recordings, Abby and I decided it was time for them to finally get an official release. There have been bootlegs copies of these and some Internet downloads here and there, but nothing that has ever been approved by both of us."

MANIAC SPIDER TRASH originally released "Dumpster Mummies" in 1994. This was followed by "Murder Happy Fairytales" in 1995. The group subsequently disbanded, with Wednesday 13 and Abby Normal going on to FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13.

The first release, "Dumpster Mummies", is now available and it contains original flyer art, previous artwork, as well as liner notes from Abby Normal.

"Dumpster Mummies" track listing:

01. Spidercide (intro)
02. Dead Man's Dance
03. Box Of Bones
04. Psyclone Of Souls
05. Motherfucker
06. Dumpster Mummies
07. God Bless The Creeps

"Murder Happy Fairytales" track listing:

01. Body Parts
02. Coffin Banger
03. Bomb in the Playground
04. Head on the Shelf
05. Skin Crawler
06. Puppet Veins
07. Rat-Rotted Mind
08. Ballad of the Dead
09. Graveyard Bash
10. Freakenstein
11. Fuck Authority

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