Wednesday 13 + Bourbon Crow

26th Feb 2017
  • Wednesday 13 (born August 12, 1976) is the solo stage name of of heavy metal and horror punk vocalist and musician, Joseph Poole, who is also known as a member of the groups Murderdolla and Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13, haling from Lexington, North Carolina, U.S.
    Joseph Poole’s earliest musical excursion came playing guitar in the heavy metal band Misery, which later changed its name to Psycho Opera. Following his departure in 1992, the singer formed the Maniac Spider Trash alongside guitarist Abby Normal, bassist Michael Patrick, and drummer Sicko Zero. The band’s debut release was the 1994 EP “Dumpster Mummies”, followed a year later by the full-length “Murder Happy Fairytales”. Again featuring guitarist Normal and drummer Sicko Zero, Joseph Poole’s subsequent band, Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13, was formed in 1996. From 1996 to 2002, the group issued the studio albums “The Late, Late, Late Show”, “Night of the Living Drag Queens”, “Songs from the Recently Deceased”, “Viva Las Violence”, the compilation “6 Years, 6 Feet Under the Influence”, and the box-set “Little Box of Horrors”. Following work with Slipknot’s Joey Jordison and his horror punk band the Murderdolls, Poole focused on his solo releases under the Wednesday 13 moniker later releasing his debut “Transylvania 90210: Songs of Death, Dying, and the Dead” in 2005. A year later Wednesday 13 followed the release with his second studio album “Fang Bang” in August 2006. Led by the single “My Home Sweet Homicide”, the record was marked by glam themes and represents the signer’s most playful album to date. The full-length “Skeletons” followed in 2008 as did the EP “Bloodwork” and the live record “Fuck It, We’ll Do It Live”. The following year in 2009, Poole formed the group Gunfire 76 and released the album, “Casualties & Tragedies”, the same year. In 2010 returning to work with the Murderdolls, the group released the album “Women and Children Last”, before issuing the Wednesday 13 EP “Re-Animated” in 2011. The studio album “Calling All Corpses” appeared in 2011, after which he issued the EP “Spook & Destroy” in 2012, the full-length “The Dixie Dead” in 2013, and the acoustic album “Undead Unplugged” in 2014. Marking 10 years of Wednesday 13, the 84-track compilation “Dead Meat: 10 Years of Blood, Feathers & Lipstick” was released in 2014, featuring demos, remixes and songs from his other bands Murderdolls and Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13. Following the release of the singles “Tunes From the Crypt V.1” and “Trick Or Treat… We’re Going To Kill You” in 2014, Wednesday 13 issued his sixth studio album “Monsters of the Universe: Come Out and Plague” in January 2015. Tickets here or link below to Gigantic.

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