Wednesday 13 Debutes New Single ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’

by on Sep.14, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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Something Wicked This Was Comes by Wednesday 13

Something Wicked This Was Comes by Wednesday 13

Wednesday 13, The Horror Rock man who has been a guest on Rotting Flesh Radio as a guest and also had his music on the show, is no stranger to Horror Rock Fans everywhere.

Recently Wednesday 13 reunited with the Murderdolls and released a new CD a few year ago. Now, getting back to his catchy riffs, horror lyrics and solo career, Wednesday is amping up for his newest CD to drop soon ‘CALLING ALL CORPSES’.

The new single is titled ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ and serves as a look back to Wednesday’s childhood filled with toys, horror and more. The song is catchy, the riffs are heavy and Wednesday’s style is very apparent once again. Although many will hope the song is filled with references from the 80s Walt Disney Productions film featuring Jonathan Pyrce, it has nothing more than the title to share. But this doesn’t affect the power horror heavy hitting song Wednesday is known for.

Take a listen and jam away. The CD can be found on amazon as well as the debut single at: – Something wicked This Way Comes


We are working to get Wednesday 13 back as a guest on Rotting Flesh Radio but until then, Sit Back, Relax and Rot Away to his newest horror release Deadites!!!

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