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Joseph Poole better known by the stage name “Wednesday 13′, is an American singer and musician with the unknown net worth and wages. In addition to his solo career, he’s known for being the frontman of Murderdolls. Produced as Joseph Poole on August 12, 1976 in Lexington, North Carolina, U.S., Wednesday started his musical career in 1992 by playing guitar in the group called Mizery. After Wednesday 13 left the group to form next one called Maniac Spider Trash. In the group he was the lead vocalist. The group released one EP, Dumpster Mummies, on Dead Hell Records in 1994. This is followed by means of an album, Murder Happy Fairytales, in 1995; the record remained unreleased until October 5, 2010.

The group featured several distinct guitarists, bassists, and drummers over time, leaving Poole to continue as the sole original member. Sicko Zero was the last member to give up the group. Soon after, Poole was made to form another line up before joining Murderdolls. After that he was contacted by Joey Jordison of Slipknot and was requested to join Jordison’s new horror punk group, Murderdolls. Initially formed as a cooperation between Jordison and Tripp Eisen of Static X, Poole was disclosed as the driving force of the group after he changed from bass guitar to lead vocalist. Murderdolls released one EP in 2002, Right to Remain Violent, to market their upcoming record of the exact same year, Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls.

Following the Murderdolls went on hiatus in 2004, Poole went on a solo tour of Great Britain in March 2004, known as the Graveyard A Gogo tour. For his live performances, he was joined by members of horror punk group Death Becomes You, though this had not been intended to be long-lasting. The CD/DVD program was recorded in 2008 at Crocodile Rock in Allentown, Pennsylvania.