SLEAZY punk metallers Murderdolls follow their first album in eight years with their first UK tour in six years – and land at Corporation in just three weeks.
Having reminded 12,000 of their inimitable charm at Ozzfest at London's O2 Arena, the band send their God Save The Scream tour north on February 5.
In the US they saw the year out on an amphitheatre tour, opening for Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper's pyro-laden 'Hallowe'en Hootenanny' spectacular.
Frontman Wednesday 13 is keen to remind the regions what his band are about. "The Death Valley Superstars are on their way," he says. "You've got blood and we'll take it".
Guitarist and co-songwriter Joey Jordison is slightly more restrained...
"There's no other place I love to play more than the UK.
"It's our home and this is gonna top anything we've ever done there.
"Can't wait to see all of you. I need this."
Women And Children Last, the band's first album since 2002, picked up stellar reviews on its August release.
Tour support is from Black Veil Brides.
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