The undisputed Duke of Spook, WEDNESDAY 13, will finally drop his highly-anticipated new album, Horrifier, this Friday, October 7, 2022 via Napalm Records!
Today, following addictive first single “You’re so Hideous”, and one of his heaviest outputs yet, the lauded “Insides Out”, WEDNESDAY 13 has revealed his latest concoction – surefire future fan-favorite “Good Day To Be A Bad Guy“. The track aces the pure horror punk spirit of Murderdolls as a downright blissful tongue-in-cheek earworm that’ll seep into the listener’s head on repeat.
On the “Good Day To Be A Bad Guy“ the band say: “‘Good Day To Be a Bad Guy’ is one of my favorite tracks off the new album. This track definitely has an earlier WEDNESDAY 13 sound to it, with the horror punk hammer in full swing and excessive use of the “F” word.
The video carries on with the horror movie theme with another tribute to one of my favorite films from the 80s, Halloween III: Season Of The Witch.”
Metal Horror favourites Wednesday 13 have announced highly-anticipated next album of terrifyingly grim and groovy anthems, entitled Horrifier, out October 7, 2022 via Napalm Records. Following up on 2019’s acclaimed Necrophaze(#2 US Heatseekers), with Horrifier, the former frontman of renowned horror punk supergroup Murderdolls revitalizes his sound with intensely fun punk energy and metallic attitude!
WEDNESDAY 13 says about “Insides Out”: “Our latest single ‘Insides Out’ is a very heavy song, so it only made sense to make a video to match the sound! Torture and violence is the main theme of this song, and we continue along the lines of the last music video with another horror movie theme here too.”
After confirming that the 2021 iteration of Download festival will not be taking place this year,the festival have revealed some more of the names who will be playing Donington Park in 2022.
Joining the already announced headliners KISS, Iron Maiden and Biffy Clyro will be…
Deftones Korn The Pretty Reckless Rise Against Black Label Society Theory Monster Truck Power Wolf Wayward Sons Those Damn Crows The Raven Age Megadeth Steel Panther The Distillers The Darkness Airbourne Daughtry Skillet Lacuna Coil Bush Of Mice & Men Wednesday 13 Ayron Jones Massive Wagons The Last Internationale Control The Storm The Ghost Inside Funeral For A Friend Descendents Boston Manor Sleep Token The Faim grandson Trash Boat Holding Absence Marianas Trench Wargasm Loathe Jamie Lenman The Hara Press Club Salem Cemetery Sun Blackout Problems Dead Posey Static Dress Electric Wizard Sepultura Blues Pills Dying Fetus British Lion Bleed From Within Twin Temple Bokassa Venom Prison Spiritbox Tempt Fire From The Gods A.A. Williams Higher Power Kill The Lights Dead Poet Society Joyous Wolf Modern Error Cellar Door Moon Crew Lotus Eater The Scratch Dead Label Phoxjaw JJ Wilde Anchor Lane Temples On Mars As Everything Unfolds Injester
The Duke of Spook and his devilish ghouls, WEDNESDAY 13, have returned from the crypt to release a new digital EP titled “Necrophaze – Antidote” that’s out today from Nuclear Blast. The EP features rare and unreleased music from recording sessions for his latest full-length, “Necrophaze,” including two new songs “Your Mother Still Sucks Cocks In Hell” and “Screwdriver 2 – The Return” and two previously released covers of INXS’ “Devil Inside” and Gary Numan’s “Films” (featuring Calico Cooper).
Commenting on the EP, Wednesday 13 states: “While recording the last record we had a couple of extra tracks that we didn’t know what to do with. Re-recorded version of 2 songs from my former band Frankenstein Drag Queens and 2 cover songs. The idea of putting out an EP tied in with Necrophaze with these songs seemed like the best way to get them out to the fans. The new recorded version of Screwdriver is as loud & energetic as the original from 1998. ‘Your Mother Still Sucks Cocks In Hell,’ was another classic that needed to be heard again.”
Check out the track ‘Screwdriver 2 – The Return’ below.
Here’s the Tracklisting for the ‘Antidote’ EP: 1. Your Mother Still Sucks Cocks In Hell 2. Screwdriver 2 – The Return 3. Devil Inside 4. Films (Featuring Calico Cooper)