Wednesday 13 was recently asked about the potential of recording new music with Joey Jordison between the publication of “Women And Children Last” and the loss of former Slipknot drummer George Dionne during a conversation during the “Wednesday 13 Plays Murderdolls Tour” by George Dionne of Knac.com. The singer acknowledged that they didn’t record any new material at that time, but she did share a meeting she had to discuss the issue with the late musician. He regretted that particular experience and recalled: When Joey and I would reunite, it was [like we picked up where we left off] — talking about the same movies and stupid things. You instantly click, exactly like you would with an old buddy. And he just said, “Now that I think about it, I want to slap myself because he’s gone.” And I wish I had followed through on it. But on that particular day at his home, he declared, “I want to play Murderdolls again.” We must take action. We must take action. I want to act immediately. And I was thinking, “I can’t do that right now.
The former Murderdolls performer went on to say: “I was thinking, ‘I’ve got to do this. I’m doing this new album.'” I had already gotten to work on it. He appeared to be eager to carry out the task at hand, so I sort of kept him waiting. When the epidemic first started, I went back to him and said, “Yo, it looks like the world is shutting down.” You want to do this and work on a new album? And when he returned, he said, “That sounds cool, man.” I’m working on a few things right now. I’ll reply to you soon. The world then just kept evolving after that. Everyone began acting independently. I got started on ‘Horrifier.'” After these setbacks, a month before Jordison passed away, the late drummer wrote the singer about the idea once again. This time, Wednesday 13. It appears that Jordison recommended recording a song with The Hitchhiker’s remark, “I have this knife,” as it was also a slogan for the vocalist at that time, and emailed Wednesday 13 a video of him viewing “their movie,” “Texas Chain Saw Massacre”: “And I said, ‘Yeah.
‘” I must now write that song. So, “I Have This Knife” from the upcoming Wednesday 13 [album] will contain that. And The Hitchhiker from “Texas Chain Saw Massacre” will be my special guest for my show in Dallas. Therefore, ideally if I record this song, he’ll be on it. In the meantime, Wednesday 13 will continue performing the songs of Murderdolls on tour with Roman Surman and Jack Tankersley. On October 20, he’ll make his next trip at Whiskey A Go Go in West Hollywood.