WEDNESDAY 13 – Condolences (Album Review)

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Wednesday 13Wednesday 13 returns with a vengeance with his seventh studio album Condolences out now on Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Complete with heavy-hitting riffs, blasting drum beats, and crushing vocals, this album is sure to gain some new fans in the realm of heavy metal. The album is full of crunchy, fast-paced riffs, yet contains a lot of diversity in the song writing. My favourite song by far on the album is “Omen, Amen“, with it’s catchy, rocking riffs and powerful vocals. The next track, “Cruel To You“, takes a bit of a different turn and seems to even have some hard rock elements in the progression of the song, yet still maintains the overall dark theme of the album.

Of particular interest is the single “Condolences“, which proves that silence can be just as powerful as musical notes. Complete with an accompanying music video, the track deals with the subject of death, adding to the eerie tones of the album. Although most of the songs on the album are in-your-face metal songs, the album finishes with a beautiful yet somber balled, “Death Infinity“. Overall, this album is definitely worth a listen for new and old fans alike!

The album can be purchased at

Be sure to catch Wednesday 13 on his North American Tour, “Condolences Across America” happening right now!

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6/16 — Metro Music Hall — Salt Lake City, UT
6/17 — Sunshine Studios — Colorado Springs, CO
6/18 — Marquis Theater — Denver, CO
6/20 — Launchpad — Albuquerque, NM
6/21 — Juggernaut Music — Gallup, NM
6/22 — The Green Room — Flagstaff, AZ
6/23 — VAMPD — Las Vegas, NV
6/24 — Fulton 55 — Fresno, CA
6/25 — Whisky A Go Go — West Hollywood, CA
6/27 — Brick By Brick — San Diego, CA
6/28 — Club Red — Mesa, AZ
6/30 — My Place — Abilene, TX
7/1 — Paper Tiger — San Antonio, TX
7/2 — Grizzly Hall — Austin, TX
7/4 — Southport Music Hall — New Orleans, LA
7/6 — Trees — Dallas, TX
7/7 — The Vanguard — Tulsa, OK
7/8 — Oklahoma City Limits — Oklahoma City, OK
7/9 — Fubar — St Louis, MO
7/11 — Emerson Theater — Indianapolis, IN
7/12 — Fubar — St Louis, MO
7/13 — The Wire — Berwyn, IL
7/14 — Vaudeville Mews — Des Moines, IA
7/15 — Amsterdam Bar — St Paul, MN
7/16 — Bigs Sports Bar — Sioux Falls, SD
7/18 — The “O” Bar — Minot, ND
7/20 — Starlite Room — Edmonton, ALB
7/21 — Dickens — Calgary, ALB
7/23 — Studio Seven — Seattle, WA

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