WEDNESDAY 13: 'I Walked With a Zombie' Video Posted Online

A Wednesday 13 e-card, featuring the MURDERDOLLS frontman's video for his new solo single, "I Walked With a Zombie", plus samples from his forthcoming CD, can be accessed at this location.

The "I Walked With A Zombie" clip was directed by P.R. Brown, who has previously worked with MÖTLEY CRÜE, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and MURDERDOLLS.

Commented Wednesday: "This was the easiest video shoot I've been a part of so far...but it was also the weirdest, too. We shot everything on green screen so that was really odd, but it will all make sense in the end. The concept puts the band in the classic George Romero horror film 'Night Of The Living Dead'. We are interacting with the characters in the movie as well as performing in a graveyard and inside the house from the film. It's not every day when you get to be apart of one of your favorite films, this should be a truly visual spook-tacular!!!!"

"I Walked With A Zombie" comes off Wednesday's debut solo album, "Transylvania 90210: Songs of Death, Dying and the Dead", due on April 12 (one day earlier internationally) via Roadrunner Records.

Wednesday 13 will launch his "From Here To Horrorwood" U.S. tour beginning on April 28. Support at all dates will come from DEAD STAR ASSEMBLY.


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