Murderdolls

Murderdolls
Played at Graspop Metal Meeting
2003

Country

États-Unis

Biography

Rock 'n' roll is dangerous again, thanks to Murderdolls and Women and Children Last, their sophomore album for Roadrunner Records.

Due out this August, Women and Children Last is a dirty dose of whiskey-soaked riffs, satanically sleazy solos and infectiously invasive choruses.  Which means it’s what the Murderdolls do best, but even better (and filthier) this time around.

The undeniable pairing of Slipknot's Joey Jordison [guitar, drums] and Wednesday 13 [vocals, guitar] is more precisely pissed-off than ever before. Joey and Wednesday tear through unforgettable tracks like "My Dark Place Alone,” “Death Valley Superstars,” “Summertime Suicide” and “Drug Me To Hell,” to name a few. Even though Joey's live role in Murderdolls is axe-slinging, his one-of-a-kind drumming fuels the album. Produced by Zeuss [Hatebreed, Shadows Fall] Women and Children Last exists in an evil little place tucked somewhere in a back alley behind the thrash, glam, punk and arena rock super highways, and Murderdolls have arrived to rip pop culture a new one. All you can do is sing along while they haul off your daughter…