The third and final part of our Joey Jordison tribute looks back at the five projects that took him from Des Moines, Iowa to the Global stage as a true hero and icon of Metal during a 31 year career that touched many hearts and left behind a legacy of which anyone would be proud.
Any self respecting Wednesday 13 fan will tell you that the self proclaimed Duke of Spook has made a habit of releasing re-recordings, covers and b-sides over the course of a career going back as far as 1992 with his various projects. There have been some real highlights like 2008’s “Bloodwork” EP that should have
Technically studio album number eight for Wednesday 13, if you’re not counting any of the Murderdolls, Gunfire 76, Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13 or Bourbon Crow output, “Necrophaze” sees a cast of collaborators and co-conspirators join the blood drive. The band itself comprises vocalist Wednesday 13, guitarists Roman Surman and Jack Tankersley, bassist Troy
Halloween in London has been a long time annual event for Wednesday 13. Having played an Anniversary show for “Fang Bang” a couple of years ago, tonight sees the band take on our personal favourite “Skeletons” in full for its 10th Anniversary! The band have also promised some Frankenstein Drag Queens songs tonight in preparation for
Following their performance at Bloodstock Open Air Festival this past weekend, Wednesday 13 have announced their usual Halloween Horror in London double header for October. Back at the London Garage in Highbury after last year’s event at the O2 Academy Islington, the shows will take place as follows… 26th – 10th Anniversary of “Skeletons” show
The Man, The Myth, The Legend that is Wednesday 13. From Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13, through The Muderdolls, side project Bourbon Crow to Wednesday 13 themselves, this band know how to create a good time! Here’s them performing “Cadaverous” from new album “Condolences” which is out now via Nuclear Blast, complete with a close up