Five minutes alone with Wednesday 13
The horror punk hero talks new music, scary TV and whether that Murderdolls reunion will ever happen…
It’s been 15 years since Valley of the Murderdolls. How much has that album meant to you?
“It put me on the map – it changed my life and I can’t say anything bad about that time. It still blows my mind that we were playing tiny American clubs, then two weeks later we went to play Tokyo supporting Guns N’ Roses in front of 30,000 people! Murderdolls was a weird thing at the time – we arrived after nu metal and before My Chemical Romance, there wasn’t really a scene going on, but we went down well in the UK. I hoped I’d still be around 15 years later but I never thought one day people would look to me as ‘the horror punk dude’.”