WEDNESDAY 13 Secures New Management, Continues Writing New Material

Horror High has announced that they will be handling management duties for MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13.

Commented Horror High president Jon Nelson: "Well, people already hate us, because they think I'm an ass. They hate Horror High because we work with Michale Graves [former MISFITS frontman]... so why not go for the trifecta?"

Jon Nelson and Marlene Velasco of Horror High have been involved with Wednesday 13's career since 2001.

Wednesday 13 and Michale Graves are both currently in the studio working on their follow-up CDs. Wednesday 13, who recently parted ways with Roadrunner Records, will announce his new label home shortly. Wednesday 13 and his band currently have over 30 songs written for the release.

Michale Graves will be spearheading a two-month U.S. tour in support of the West Memphis 3 and Damien Echols' new book, "Almost Home". He is also currently shooting a video for the song "Butchershop".

In related news, Horror High will be releasing a compilation CD, "Horror High Presents: Prom Queen Massacre", narrated by Wednesday 13 on February 28. The compilation features 20 bands, including THE 69 EYES, MICHALE GRAVES, THE DEATH RIDERS, BLITZKID, NIM VIND and CALABRESE. The first single, TRASHLIGHT VISION's song "Nola", will be going to radio on February 28. More information is available at this location.

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