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The Duke of Spook has returned once more from beyond the grave to reveal the “NECROPHAZE!” This latest full length offering from the ghouls of WEDNESDAY 13 will be available on September 27 2019 via Nuclear Blast Records. Heavily influenced by the real night terror occurrences of Wednesday himself, historical serial killers & a slew of 80’s horror films, the ideas behind NECROPHAZE are bizarrely familiar, frightening, & a hell of a lot of fun. While still consistently horrifying, this new album certainly carries with it a more humorous sentiment than its gloomy predecessor (and 1st album with Nuclear Blast Records), “Condolences” (2017). Songs like “Bring Your Own Blood (BYOB),” clearly a play off the phrase “bring your own booze,” manage to intertwine opposing ideas of the blood sucking undead w/ a teenage house party. “In every 80’s horror movie there’s always a party,” Wednesday chuckles, “so we wanted to get that vibe. The title made me laugh so we wrote a song that’s sort of a more violent ‘Monster Mash.’” The 1st single “Decompose,” which was initially written by drummer Kyle Castronovo, and was also the first song/demo brought to the table, is like a catchy anthem for the idea of “I know you’re dead, but I really wish you could be deader.” Recording & mastering by Michael Spreitzer; producer, engineer, as well as the long time guitarist of DevilDriver. Dropping just in time to enjoy on Halloween, creepsters of the night, prepare yourselves, to ENTER THE NECROPHAZE.
Wednesday was amazing! Both the performance and venue (Thekla, Bristol) were incredible! Everything about it was perfect! Great value tickets! I was at the front in touching distance of Wednesday so it was surreal, I loved every moment of it! My only complaint is that there should have been a seated area along the side perhaps. A few years ago my back, hip and pelvis were broken in an accident so it's very painful to stand, I had to go and sit on the floor half way through as the pain was so intense. I could have done with a chair for a bit. I would have also loved to meet the band (especially Wednesday and Roman) but meet and greets were not available :( But apart from that it was absolutely perfect! I'd very happily see them again (I really hope that I get the opportunity to).
Posted by Red on 08/04/2023
Wednesday 13, Thekla, Bristol - 6th April 2023
Once again Wednesday 13 absolutely smashed it. Great atmosphere for such a small venue. The support acts also did not disappoint.
Posted by Carl Nicholls on 08/04/2023
Wednesday 13, Rescue Rooms, Nottingham - 7th April 2023