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Wednesday 13 Visualizer For New Song “Necrophaze” Feat. Alice Cooper

Ghoulish horror fiends WEDNESDAY 13 have released a visualizer for a new single titled “Bring Your Own Blood.” The track is found on the band’s upcoming album, Necrophaze, that’s out on September 27th via Nuclear Blast Records.

Commenting on the new song, the Duke of Spook himself Wednesday 13, says, ““BYOB” is one of my favorites off the new album. It’s what I like to call the “party scene” in this audio-horror movie that is Necrophaze. Like in a lot of my favorite 80s horror films there was a party scene, and usually a rock ‘n’ roll track to back it up…this is that track. This is the fun song on the album before everything gets dark and weird.”

“To say we are excited about this release would be an understatement,” Wednesday adds. “We have re-built and Frakensteind an all new WEDNESDAY 13. This is the next chapter, the next experience, the next phase into our world…Enter the NECROPHAZE. This is the most elaborate, horror themed album I’ve ever released under the name Wednesday 13. Channeling the atmosphere of early 80s horror films, tv shows, cartoons and movie soundtracks the Necrophaze was complete. To add a little more Blood to the party, we had the complete honor of having the Godfather of shock rock, the legendary Alice Cooper. Alice is a guest doing the introduction to the album and the title track Necrophaze. We wanted to give the listener the ultimate listening experience as if our band was the soundtrack to a horror film. The artwork for the CD and vinyl is a visual guide to the songs, and the live show will be the living breathing horror movie version. There will be a WEDNESDAY 13 action figure, music Videos, movie soundtrack trailers, commercials and more all on the way with the release of Necrophaze. The artwork and packaging is a tribute to the classic art and packaging from my favorite time of the 1980s. So welcome to Party…but bring your own blood.”

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