Wednesday 13's Transylvania 90210: Songs of Death, Dying, and the Dead release is hitting streets in just a lil' over a couple weeks - Wednesday the 13th of April, to be exact. That being said, if you have yet to, check out the Wednesday 13 ecard to watch the video for "I Walked With A Zombie" and to hear music from the release. And make sure to check out Live4Metal.com for a review of the release...which you can also read below: Wednesday 13 – Transylvania 90210: Songs of Death, Dying, and the Dead Review by Scott Alisoglu This is a fun album. I was sceptical when I first saw the bio and realized that Wednesday 13 is vocalist of the Murderdolls. In fairness, I can't even recall hearing a Murderdolls song, so who knows where my preconceived notion came from. A couple of spins and I got right into the swing of things. Horror movies, straight ahead guitar rock, big melodies, and musical references ranging from Alice Cooper (especially the vocals) to Marilyn Manson, and a little Rob Zombie (without the industrial element) come together on Transylvania 90210 to make for a rip roarin' good time! Named after Wednesday of the Addams Family and the address of The Munsters (1313 Mockingbird Lane), the vocalist/guitarist has made one of the better releases I've heard from Roadrunner in a while. There's nothing “nu” here it's just rip roarin' horror rock. It's not surprising that images of The Misfits come to mind when one of the best and catchiest tracks on the album (and the single), “I Walked with a Zombie,” rings out.” The song is actually inspired by the 1943 film of the same name, one of many tracks dealing with everything from the TV news (“Elect Death for President”) to classic horror (“The Ghost of Vincent Price”). “Look at what the Bats Dragged In” reminds one of Poison if only because of the twist on “Look What the Cat Dragged In,” except Wednesday and company pull it off in more convincing and far more rawkin' fashion. And ya gotta love vocal lines like these: “I gotta hand full of nails and crucifix, just in case I get bored!” There isn't a song on this disc that doesn't rock like hell (the creepy, more laid back sounds of songs like the title track and “A Bullet Named Christ” notwithstanding), and you won't find one that you can't sing along with. It's not like the album will make musicians' jaws drop or leave critics speechless with its creative brilliance, nor is it the intention of the band to do either. Unless you take yourself far too seriously, can't deal with over-the-top camp, or have simply forgotten about the fun factor in music, I'd encourage you to check out this album the first chance you get. The live show must be a ball!