recently caught up with Wednesday 13 at The Glass House in Pomona, California -- the site of the band's first show in 6 years.

In the brief interview, the vocalist stated, "We had Mick Mars from Motley Crue come in and play guitar on two tracks, "Drug Me to Hell" and "Blood-stained Valentine." He came in, spent a day and worked on the songs. It was something that Joey and I talked about. We didn't want to have any guests on this record whatsoever, but... we were about to do the guitar solo [on "Drug Me to Hell"] and I was thinking it had a Mick Mars kind of vibe to it. We knew someone who knew Mick, they called, it was done and he was there in three days recording the tracks. It was really cool to have a guy that I grew up idolizing playing on my record. It is a really cool thing. He is a great guitar player and I consider him to be one of the villains of rock... I can't wait for people to hear it, it's great and it sounds like Mick Mars. You will know it immediately."

Read the full interview right here and for a special preview of the upcoming Murderdolls album Women and Children Last, go to to hear the lead single "My Dark Place Alone."