After the success of the first solo run and record Wednesday 13 went back into the studio again for record. Once again the theme around the record was horror movies but this time more up beat and not as dark. The songs were more tongue in cheek then gloomy and the more 80s sound then the last record. Fang Bang got released in 2006 and the first single was My Home Sweet Homicide which featured a video of a clown causing shit around town till he get arrested in the end and the ending reveals the clown’s new girlfriend is Wednesday 13 himself.
Wednesday 13 did most of the music himself again for the record with help of Jamie Hoover. The supporting band for the tour was backed again by drummer Ghastly, bass player Jamie Hoover and returning Eric Griffon from the Murderdolls. The show itself was made up of the black and white spiral and the horror props were not as displayed.
Some versions of this record have bonus material such as Burn the Flames (a Roky Erickson cover), Good Day to Die and R.A.M.O.N.E.S (Motorhead cover).
1 Morgue Than Words
2 American Werewolves in London
3 My Home Sweet Homicide
4 Faith in the Devil
5 Happily Ever Cadaver
6 Curse of Me
8 Too Much Blood
9 Till Death Do Us Party
10 Buried with Children
11 Kill You Before You Kill Me
12 Die Sci-Fi
Wednesday 13 – Vocals, Guitar
Jamie Hoover – Bass, Guitar (Eric Griffon live)
Kid Kid – Bass
Personal View – This record is a fresh take of Wednesday 13 a bit more glam metal then the last record. The songs themselves are more direct to horror films such as American Werewolves in London, Till Death Do Us Party (Friday the 13th) and Haddonfield (Halloween). The record holds other classics like the great love the dead Happily Ever Cadaver and the fan anthem Faith in the Devil so all in all it is still a gem for the collection.