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Posted on March 2, 2011

[Getting up on stage is] the most rewarding thing. It just makes you want to get up and play every day.” MURDERDOLLS fromtman Wednesday 13 told I Like Music in a recent interview, “A lot of people don’t realise that when you’re on tour constantly for months and months at a time, you get tired…It’s hard to get motivated to get on stage sometimes. But for me, no matter how bad I’m feeling, when I hear our intro start and the crowd begin screaming and then singing along to songs that we’ve written, it’s the most rewarding thing. This whole tour we’ve been playing all these great places and they’re packed with everyone singing our words back at us. From the old record and the new one… It’s just the most rewarding part, seeing people sing along to your songs.”

Speaking whilst on the road here in the UK, Wednesday 13 also told the site about working with band-mate Joey Jordison and producer Chris ‘Zeuss’ Harris on new album Women And Children Last, advice for young musicians, the band’s future bands and supporting Alice Cooper…

You know, the dude cuts his head off and kills himself on stage…When I first played with him I thought “he’s one of my favourite artists of all time, his audience are gonna relate to us,” but then we walked out and everyone was like “who the hell are these guys?” We just came out jumping around and all of a sudden I start saying ‘fuck’ on stage every five seconds or so, and the audience were like “gasp!” I was like “alright, so this is how I’m gonna shock ’em, Alice can cut his head off, I’ll just say fuck a lot!

You can check out the full interview now- just point your mouse in this direction!

Women And Children Last is out now- pick it up over at Play.com and iTunes.


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