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Wednesday 13 Post New Music Online

WEDNESDAY 13 has uploaded two new songs, "Not Another Teenage Anthem" and the title track, "Skeletons," from his upcoming CD to his MySpace page.

WEDNESDAY 13 recently announced that "Skeletons" will be available exclusively at Hot Topic.

Commented Jon Nelson, Wednesday 13's manager, "Once we decided to self-release Wednesday 13's upcoming music, the next step was to partner with a company that would be excited and support the release. Music retailers are closing their stores at a rapid place, or they are gauging the customers and jacking the prices up for a new release to $14-$17.99. There is no reason for that. We made one call to Hot Topic, and we are extremely excited about this relationship. Hot Topic will be the only brick-and-mortar store that will be stocking the CD. You will still be able to get the CD online and on tour."

As previously reported, "Skeletons" is said to be Wednesday 13's "most personal" recording to date. Although still infused with horror overtones, the CD deals with Wednesday's depression, desperation and a struggle that almost caused his untimely demise.

Wednesday will self-release "Skeletons" in North America on April 29, but will be teaming up with a label for overseas distribution.

Source: Blabbermouth

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2. Wednesday13 writes:

yeah that whole hot topic thing is gay all it really is now is emo with some metal but anyways the not another teen anthem is great

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