Murderdolls was an American horror punk and heavy metal band, founded during 2002 by Joey Jordison and Tripp Eisen. The band evolved from Jordison's glam-punk band The Rejects from Des Moines, Iowa. Eisen recruited friends such as Racci Shay, Wednesday 13, Eric Griffin and Ben Graves to fill the lineup over the formative years of 2000-2002. The band relased their debut album Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls in 2002 on Roadrunner Records. Eisen appeared on the album and in the debut video "Dead In Hollywood" but had to depart due to recording commitments with Static-X for the Shadow Zone album. Tripp referred his former Dope bandmate and friend Acey Slade to replace him for the tour.
The band reunited in 2010 with only 2 original members Joey Jordison and Wednesday 13 and released their second album, Women and Children Last in 2010. The band did a world tour and split up again in 2013.