Attention ghouls and creepy crawlers. Horror rocker Wednesday 13 has an important Halloween announcement.
After wrapping up a successful North American fall headline tour, Wednesday 13 is ready to announce his extended plans for next year. He will embark on a unique, Winter 2017 acoustic tour. In addition to performing an entirely stripped down set, Wednesday 13, who is formerly one-half of The Murderdolls with Slipknot's Joey Jordison, will share stories and engage in a Q+A session with fans during the show. It's a truly intimate experience.
Wednesday 13's acoustic gigs have been well-received by his fans overseas and the same excitement is anticipated in the U.S. (watch a previous acoustic performance of "God Is a Lie" below)
Bourbon Crow will provide direct support for the acoustic trek.
"I'm super excited to bring my undead unplugged shows to America, as they have been really great in the UK," said Wednesday 13. "Not only is it my unplugged show, it will feature a set from my side project Bourbon Crow. These shows are like a 'Storytellers' set, plus Q &A with the audience. It's a very different show from my normal full band performances and I and wait for the tour in January."
In addition to the Winter 2017 acoustic tour, Wednesday 13 plans to release his seventh solo effort Condolences, produced by Chris "Zeuss" Harris. Additionally, Deen Castronovo, formerly of Journey, laid drums on a few tracks. Condolences is the follow up to 2015's Monsters of the Universe.