We sat down for a chat with Wednesday 13 before his headline show in Dublin. He told us about how his music with Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13 became more popular after collaborating with Joey Jordison. He discussed future releases and re-releases from both Murderdolls and his own band. He talked making horror movies and his thoughts on Rob Zombie’s work
I think Alien Weaponry has a future and I’m going to stick with it, because it’s what I love doing.
There may be a fifth album but I don’t know it won’t be next year – Glenn Hughes on BCCV
One of the most spirited rockers today is undoubtedly singer/guitarist Jacob Cade, who’s seemingly never-ending energy, has landed him opening slots with Steel Panther, Winger, and Dokken. He has also been busy working on his new EP Hunger, with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale and Joe Hottinger as well as Skid Row’s Rachel Bolan.
Those who have heard about the band will know that “White Boy and the Average White Band” is the best-kept secret of the American Rock ‘n Roll underground.
The overall vibe in the music is the diversity. We all fit into a particular genre, but within that genre, we are pretty diverse.
There was no backup. I speak with a lot of musicians, and if you really want to achieve something in life you can’t have a Plan B!
“We’re trying to find… capture that feeling. Maybe that’s what makes it seem authentic”
So much of what the MC5 talked about 50 years ago is relevant today, and it’s not a stretch to sing “The American Ruse” or “Kick out the Jams” and sing it with the same fervor it had so long ago.
We Wanted to be Transparent as Possible as Who We are as a Band!…