Murderdolls are out with the music video to their new single ‘Nowhere’, off the Hollywood, California horror punk band’s second studio album ‘Women and Children Last’, out now on Roadrunner Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
NME got exclusive access to Murderdolls as they prepare to take the stage in London for Ozzfest 2010. “I just think about everything that I hate and everything that’s just bad and I fu**in channel it in and I just go out on stage and fu**in execute,” Wednesday 13 explained. “It’s kind of like exorcising your demons is kind of what I do.” Watch the footage via YouTube below.
Murderdolls are out with the music video to their new single ‘My Dark Place Alone’, the first release off the Hollywood, California metal band’s second studio album ‘Women And Children Last’, out August 31st on Roadrunner Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Murderdolls’ Wednesday 13 and Joey Jordison joined the Kerrang! Podcast to talk about their new album ‘Women And Children Last’ and revealed they think of the new ‘Twilight’ movie. “Right now we’re way more focused. There’s more sense of the direction of the band,” Joey said. “When I was talking to Wednesday about doing the band I said this can’t be half-assed. This has to be serious… The fun element of the band is still there, but people will be pleasantly surprised with what we’ve created with this record. It’s the best record I’ve made since the first Slipknot album.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.
Murderdolls frontman Wednesday 13 has issued a statement explaining his recent decision to place a few of his personal items up for auction via eBay. Says Wednesday: “There’s been a lot of questions about my items that are on eBay and why I am selling them. No I’m not changing my dress code and getting rid of my clothes in order to buy a suit and tie and become normal. The fact is, I have collected so much sh** over the years, everything from t-shirts, videos, books, toys, etc. I have run out of room and I need to get rid of some things. Mrs. Thirteen and I are moving in the next few weeks and I have been packing up things and making piles of things that I am getting rid of. For the next few weeks while I am packing up for the move I will be putting items on eBay. I would have a garage sale here at my home, but I don’t think anyone from my little red neck town would be interested in buying the things I am getting rid of. Besides, if I could have had the chance to buy actual personal items from Alice Cooper, Twisted Sister, or Motley Crue back in the day, that would have been too fu**ing cool. There is no telling what will go up on eBay in the next few weeks so check there often to see what has been added. I just wanted to give all of you cool ghouls a chance to get some of these things, hope you have fun. Till then… stay ghoul.”
The Murderdolls and David Draiman of Disturbed were on hand for the ‘Dawn Of The Dead’ World Premiere on Wednesday (March 10) at Cineplex Beverly Center Theatres in Los Angeles, California. Check out pictures from FilmMagic, RexFeatures (page1 / page2), GettyImages (premiere / afterparty), and WireImage (page1 / page2).
Slipknot drummer and Murderdolls guitarist Joey Jordison took part in Metal-Sludge.com’s 20 questions. He was asked about what brought Marilyn Manson to make a cameo in the Murderdolls’ first video. “We are friends, that’s about all I can tell you really,” he said. “I met him when I was asked to a party of his and he saw me shake hands with a member from Limp Bizkit and tell this guy that his band sucked to his face. He seemed pretty amused by that and invited me to sit down. We’ve worked together and I’ve learned a lot from him… he’s an amazing artist. He’s always made me feel welcome around him.” Read more.
Metal-Sludge.com has a 20 questions feature with Static-X’s Tripp Eisen, who was formerly with the MurderDopes, and has an ongoing beef with Edsel Dope. Tripp offered his opinion of Edsel’s interview with them saying, “A man losing his grip on reality, so full of himself that he can’t see the foolishness that engulfs the essence of his being. I’ve heard accounts that corroborate my personal experience that he actually does believe most of the bullsh** that he spews from his pie hole. As you’ve accurately taken notice throughout that interview, the guy constantly contradicts himself. I like how you guys pointed out that he says he doesn’t want to talk sh**, while brilliantly still getting all hit pot-shots in! He’s a word-smith for sure. And there is a lot of bitterness because three of us ‘Dope guys’ all went on to bands that are essentially bigger, more visible or sold more records than Dope (Primer 55, Murderdolls, Static-X).” The feature at metalsludge.tv has since been removed.
D.X. Ferris of the Cleveland Scene with Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison about his side project, The Murderdolls. As Slipknot did for the Maggots, the Murderdolls are creating a haven in which their followers can freely indulge in nuttiness. “It’s OK to come and look like a complete outer-space freak,” says Jordison. “We have that type of energy. I think kids are having fun with going ahead, being themselves, because you can’t really go looking like that to a Limp Bizkit show. You’d be way out of place. Goth, punk, metal, black metal, glam people — we get them all. It’s cool.” Clevescene.com has since removed the article.