Wednesday 13 (MURDERDOLLS) has enlisted the talents of famed producer Bob Marlette to mix his sophomore solo CD, "Fang Bang". Marlette has previously worked with such artists as BLACK SABBATH, ALICE COOPER and KISS. An August 29, 2006 release via Rykodisc/Restless Records is expected.

Wednesday 13 has just issued a limited-edition box set of recordings his pre-MURDERDOLLS band FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13. Featuring five CDs and one DVD, the collection spans the band's history from 1996 until 2001 and includes all four of their original albums plus a rarities disc and a DVD containing a live concert from 1998. Containing different artwork than the American release, the European version (which was released by People Like You Records) is limited to 2,666 copies and comes with a FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS key holder, poster and a 26-page booklet.


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