Vote “The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser” for Best Rock Album in Loudwire’s Music Awards
Another nomination we would love for you Zombieheads to get behind.
Rob Zombie’s album “The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser” which was released in April this year, has been nominated for “Best Rock Album” for Loudwire’s 6th Annual Music Awards.
This is a FAN LED VOTE, so vote – once, twice and then some more. You can vote “AS MUCH AS ONCE PER HOUR through the DEADLINE OF TUESDAY, JAN. 10 AT 10AM ET when the voting for the 6th Annual Loudwire Music Awards concludes.”
So that’s as much as 24 times a day everyday – I mean, who needs sleep?
So go do this! VOTE! http://loudwire.com/vote-best-rock-album-6th-annual-loudwire-music-awards/
Zombieheads we need YOU!
Rob Zombie has been nominated for this years Loudwire Music Awards in the category of “Best Rock Titan“.
This is a fan led vote, so vote – once, twice and then some more. You can vote “as much as once per hour through the deadline of Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 10AM ET when the voting for the 6th Annual Loudwire Music Awards concludes.”
So that’s as much as 24 times a day everyday – I mean, who needs sleep?
So go do this! VOTE! http://loudwire.com/vote-rock-titan-6th-annual-loudwire-music-awards/
Check out this feature interview from TeamRock.com.
In it, Rob Zombie goes over his “life story” charting his early career endeavours working at CBS on “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse“, then working graphic design for an adult magazine.
He chats about White Zombie, how surprised he was at the success of his solo music career, and how he got into directing his own movies.
To read the interview in full go to: teamrock.com/feature/rob-zombie-my-life-story
Time to test your speakers and blow this one UP!
Watch the brand new music video for the track Get Your Boots On! That’s The End Of Rock And Roll! from Rob Zombie. This is the 6th video to be released from his latest album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser.
Speaking about the footage, Rob says; “This was filmed at our Roxy gig before we started the Satanic Orgy tour.”
Rob Zombie’s second solo studio album, The Sinister Urge is now 15 years old. The album title came from the name of an Ed Wood’s movie released in 1960. The album itself came out on November 13, 2001, and featured fan favorites which are still played today at live shows, such as House of 1000 Corpses and Scum of the Earth.
Official music video releases for the album included Feel So Numb and Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy).There was one single from the album; Demon Speeding. In 2003, the album went Platinum through album sales.
In 2012, when conducting a fan poll here at the official site, you the fans voted it their favorite Zombie album: robzombie.com/2012/you-voted-for-the-sinister-urge/.
So join in the birthday celebrations and share your thoughts on the album.
This year, the Epiphone Revolver Music Awards is back, and both Rob Zombie and Piggy D have been nominated for awards.
In order to be up for the awards, YOU MUST VOTE! Make your voice heard, and vote (as much and as often as you like)
The Epiphone Revolver Music Awards will take place on December 13 at Webster Hall in New York City.
Vote Best Live Band: http://www.revolvermag.com/revolver-awards/best-live-band
Vote Best Bassist: http://www.revolvermag.com/revolver-awards/paul-gray-best-bassist
From the Nerdist:
Rob Zombie talks to Chris [Hardwick] about preferring tv to movies, how fast technology is growing and how working towards something makes you enjoy it more. They also talk about the effects of social media on society, Rob talks about going back and forth from movies and touring and Rob’s new movie 31! They also encourage listeners to step out of their comfort zones and learn more about the world!
To listen, go to: nerdist.com/nerdist-podcast-rob-zombie
Image: Jason Davis / Stringer
From Yahoo Music:
Rob Zombie is synonymous with Halloween. Along with recording freaky hits like “Living Dead Girl,” “Dragula,” and “Superbeast,” he’s created frightening mazes for Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights over the past decade, and in 2013 he launched his own fright fest, “Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare,” at the L.A. County Fearplex in Pomona, Calif.
Rob is also a renowned director of cult horror flicks, so to celebrate both Halloween and his filmography, Yahoo Music asked him to discuss his favorite scenes from his own movies. Pass the popcorn and read on, in Rob’s own words.
Read the article here: yahoo.com/music/rob-zombies-10-favorite-scenes
IndieWire recently spoke with director and heavy metal badass Rob Zombie about his role in the independent horror world, crowdfunding, his favorite scary movies of 2016 and his surprising Halloween plans.
To read the interview in full, go here: indiewire.com/2016/10/rob-zombie-interview
Tickets for the second Fathom Events screening for 31 (Oct 20) are still available. Find out more here: fathomevents.com/event/rob-zombies-31
Check out this brand new documentary – Hired Gun – which takes a look at the “unique fraternity of musicians that possess uncommon musical ability, but who made a conscious decision to make a living playing music in relative obscurity.”
The documentary features in it’s extensive line-up Rob Zombie, who is interviewed along with friend and right hand axe man John.
See the trailer for the film and find out more here: http://www.hiredgunthefilm.com
A couple of days later than planned but what a way to start the weekend! Watch NOW the brand new Rob Zombie video The Hideous Exhibitions of a Dedicated Gore Whore, from his latest album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser.
The video sees the return of a FAN FAVORITE – The Living Dead Girl and also has a guest appearance from DOYLE.
While you are at it, check out this interview from Noisey with Rob: https://noisey.vice.com/en_uS/article/rob-zombie-is-still-a-dedicated-gore-whore
Now play this motherfucker LOUD!
Roscoe – actor Jeff Daniel Phillips – one of the stars of Rob Zombie’s latest movie 31, and also a Zombie film veteran having also starred in The Lords of Salem and Halloween II, will be appearing this coming weekend (9-11 September) at Horrorhound at the Indianapolis Marriot East.
With 31 now out in the public domain and fans having seen a special preview of it this past September 1st, Rob Zombie speaks to The Daily Beast about the movie, how it became an idea, how he has developed his style and whether other movies have an influence during the creation of his own film.
To read this in-depth interview, go here: thedailybeast.com/rob-zombie-s-most-insane-movie-yet
On August 25, 1998, Rob Zombie unleashed his album: Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside Spookshow International on the world.
The album was his first since deciding to embark on a solo career and debuted at no.5 on the Billboard album charts. It reached Platinum status just three months later and to date has sold over three million units in the US.
It featured guest appearances from Charlie Clouser (Saw/NINs), Danny Lohner (NINs) and Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee.
HBD produced three singles that still feature predominately in Zombie’s live sets: Dragula, Living Dead Girl and Superbeast.
Many tracks from the album featured on 1999’s American Made Music To Strip By and in 2005, a deluxe version of the album was released, featuring music videos of the tracks on the album.
Today Hellbilly Deluxe celebrates it’s 18th birthday. Let’s help celebrate by sharing your stories of the album, it’s meaning to you and your fav tracks.
Check these out!
Fright Rags have an exclusive new set of Rob Zombie t-shirts in store. They include tributes to the Living Dead Girl, Dragula and More Human Than Human. Shirts also include baseball shirts.
Get yours now: fright-rags.com/collections/rob-zombie
Want to own a piece of movie memorabilia? Then check out this brand new auction from the official Rob Zombie eBay page.
Bid on an original one-of-a-kind prop mask used during the asylum scenes at Smith’s Grove Sanitarium in the film HALLOWEEN (2007). Each mask was individually hand-made by the prop department and used in the film.
Item comes with Certificate of Authenticity signed by Rob Zombie.
Hurry! Auction ends August 27th. Go now to place your bid! ebay.com/itm/282140249225
Check this out! Another great auction from the official Rob Zombie eBay page. This is an actual costume used in the video for Rob Zombie’s “Well, Everybody’s Fucking in a UFO‘ video. Excellent condition. Comes with space suit, belt, mask, and boots.
The suit comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by Rob Zombie.
Hurry! Auction ends August 27th. Go now to place your bid! ebay.com/itm/-/282140244927
Ahead of his show at the Shoreline Amphitheater on Friday with Korn for the Return of the Dreads tour, Rob Zombie spoke with The San Francisco Examiner about his film 31 which is released in a couple of months in theaters, providing voice work for friend James Gunn (director of Guardians of the Galaxy) and what it’s like having his very own pinball machine.
You can read the interview in full here: sfexaminer.com/busy-rob-zombie/
THANK YOU FANS! Because of you, Rob Zombie’s Medication For the Melancholy debuted at No. 4 on the Loudwire Battle Royale Video Countdown this past week. This made it the biggest debut of the week.
The video has been entered again into the current Battle Royale to determine the Top 10 Rock + Metal Videos of the week on Loudwire. This new battle end Friday, July 29 at 11AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour, EVERY HOUR in the new poll.
We can only get here because of you the fans – so keep voting and tell your friends, your Grandpa and your favorite neighbourly clown to vote too!
Click this link to vote NOW: loudwire.com/battle-royale-rob-zombie-invades-countdown
Rob Zombie photographer Rob Fenn has a great offer available for Zombie fans. You can purchase this VERY LIMITED photo which Fenn took just this week on the Return Of The Dreads tour. The photo was taken in Utah, and was also posted by Rob Zombie on his instagram page, tagged as “a calm moment before the next explosion“.
The print, is part of Rob Fenns project to “raise enough money to help remove dogs from high risk shelters and places them in the safety of a Best Friends adoption center!”
This print will be available ONLY till 28 July 2016. So get it while you can. The 18″ x 24″ glossy photo print comes signed by Rob Fenn and is not framed.
For orders in the USA: http://robfenn.com/product/rob-fenn-weekly-photo-usa-only/
For orders outside USA: http://robfenn.com/product/rob-fenn-weekly-photo-outside-the-usa/
Get inside the tunes that Rob Zombie loves, as he chats to Rolling Stone Magazine and “breaks down his favorite monster-themed tunes“, including Misfits and The Cramps.
To see the article go here: rollingstone.com/music/pictures/rob-zombie-five-songs-i-wish-id-written
Rob Zombie is on the road and will play his first show with Korn for the Return of the Dreads tour, at Fiddler’s Green in Greenwood Vollage, CO TONIGHT!
Ahead of the show and his one on Wednesday in Salt Lake, The Salt Lake Tribune got on the phone with Zombie to talk music and movies. He explains how both could easily be a full time career in themselves, so finding the right balance is an never-ending experience. He also talks about film censors and why he likes to make “records that are short and to the point“.
To read the interview in full, go to: sltrib.com/concert-preview-rob-zombies-never-gonna
Check out this great new auction from the official Rob Zombie eBay store.
Up for grabs is an actual costume used in the video for Rob Zombie’s ‘Well, Everybody’s Fucking in a UFO’ video. Excellent condition. Comes with space suit, belt and mask.
You can make this yours by putting in a bid here: ebay.com/itm/-/282094812237. Hurry, the auction will finish on 18 July.