Wednesday 13 Goes Extra Heavy on ‘Insides Out’

Wednesday 13 Insides Out
Horrifyingly, Wednesday 13 is back on his solo-gothic bullsh*t with a stack of new tunes for 2022, and we’re here for it. Recently, the Murderdoll announced his ninth record Horrifier, out October 7 via Napalm Records. Along with the album announcement, the 46-year old released new single ‘You’re So Hideous‘ to get fans kicking and screaming for more.

With the promotion of his eleven-track, Wednesday 13 has released second single ‘Insides Out‘ which has been described as arguably his heaviest track to date – a bold statement, but one that we’re definitely keen to unravel a little bit. Turns out the song comes with an equally intense video which is worth a watch.

The three and a half minute track starts off with some really low-tuned riffs and eerie elements as Wednesday 13 delivers his deepest lyrical opening. The goth-shock-rocker manages to balance heavy with his classic rhythmic style and dials up the darkness factor in the most on-brand kind of way. With screeching guitars and an incremental pick-up in drums, this heavy Horrifier track will leave you will the chills you were searching for.

On the new single Wednesday 13 comments:

“Our latest single ‘Insides Out’ is a very heavy song, so it only made sense to make a video to match the sound! Torture and violence is the main theme of this song, and we continue along the lines of the last music video with another horror movie theme here too.”

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream ‘Insides Out‘ here

Pre-order Horrifier here

Wednesday 13 Horrifier

Wednesday 13 – Horrifier tracklisting

1. Severed
2. Insides Out
3. Exhume And Devour
4. You’re So Hideous
5. Good Day To Be A Bad Guy
6. Return To Haddonfield
7. Horrifier
8. Hell Is Coming
9. Halfway To The Grave
10. Christine: Fury In The Night
11. The Other Side

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About Ricky Aarons (654 Articles)
Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.