Rob Zombie played Hellfest, the biggest annual metal fest in France. Before the show (20 June), he and guitarist John 5 sat down in front of the press for a questions and answers session.
Famed horror rocker/director, Rob Zombie is back and he is releasing an exquisite limited edition photography book, documenting his multiple headlining tours in 2013. Shot exclusively by Zombie’s personal rock photographer, Rob Fenn, fans can finally get an all access pass to the “Zombie Horror Picture Show.” Join Zombie, his band, his family and even some very famous friends as they tour across the underbelly of America. Fenn has captured Zombie in all his glory, as he survives the fast pace and intense journey that comes with living life on the road. From sold out arenas, massive festivals, and tour buses to backstage high jinx, mischief and some introspective moments. This photo collection drops the curtain on the world of Rob Zombie and lets us all into his thrilling and extraordinary life.
Purchase yours today ($49.99): amazon.com/Zombie-Horror-Picture-Show
Rob Zombie was in the UK this past Friday 13, for Download Festival 2014. He took the main stage this year, to open for headlining act Avenged Sevenfold. Whilst there, he had a chat with TeamRock Radio, and talked about subjects including why the States could not have a show like Download, and his views on the effects of grunge on rock music in the ’90’s.
To listen to the interview click >>> (more…)
Rob Zombie is out on tour in Europe right now and has also announced in the past week a series of new dates in the USA, including opening for his frightfest, Great American Nightmare 2014. Loudwire had a chat with Rob, and they covered subjects such as the new Zombie Horror Picture Show Blu-Ray, playing a stripped down show, the next Zombie album and sunblock tips!!! “If I have to see one more person that looks like their nose is going to fall off and it’s bright red. I am just like, “Really you are like 40 years old and you don’t know about sunblock by now. It’s like cancer running wild all over your face. Get a hat or something!”
To read excerpts click >>> (more…)
Event includes screening of The Devils Rejects and Q&A with director Rob Zombie and the one and only Baby Firefly – Sheri Moon Zombie.
From Sitges Film Festival: Film director and musician Rob Zombie will be receiving the Sitges – International Fantastic Film Festival’s Grand Honorary Award on Saturday 21 June. The Festival is making the most of Rob Zombie’s visit to Barcelona for the concert he’ll be offering the next day, to give him the award and put together this event in recognition of his career.
The award-giving event will take place during the screening organized by the Festival at the Aribau Multiplex, Saturday 21 June at 20:00. During the event, the Festival Director, Àngel Sala, will be presenting the Grand Honorary Award to Rob Zombie, who will be attending with his wife, actress Sheri Moon Zombie. Immediately afterwards will be the screening of The Devils Rejects, followed by a Q&A with Zombie and his wife. The Devils Rejects is the sequel to House of 1.000 Corpses (2003) and tells the intense and delirious story of murders and vengeance in Texas. The film was screened at Sitges 2005. Rob Zombie’s latest movie, The Lords of Salem, was also screened at the Festival, in 2012. In addition, the aforementioned House of 1,000 Corpses (2003), Halloween(2007) and The Haunted World of El Superbeasto (2009) were also screened here previously.
For more information go to: http://sitgesfilmfestival.com/eng/noticies/?id=1003210
Rob Zombie’s first concert film, The Zombie Horror Picture Show, released May 19 by Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/UMe, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Music DVD chart and has retained the chart’s top spot for its second week of release. Zombie also recently teased out his next feature film project called ‘31.’ To celebrate, Zombie has teamed with ZUUS Media (“ZUUS”) and CraveOnline for a horror filmmaking contest. Fans of Rob Zombie’s music and films are invited to create three-minute short horror films for the chance to have their entry selected to premiere across ZUUS, CraveOnline and RobZombie.com. For more information about the contest, visit http://zombiehorrorpictureshow.com/. Contest ends at 11:59:59 p.m. ET on July 10, 2014: see > rules (more…)
After a successful inaugural opening year in 2013, for Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare attraction, he is doing it all over again, this time in Phoenix, AZ from September 19 to November 1st. Bringing the nightmare to more audiences across the USA, the main attraction being in Arizone, while on select nights, the WestWorld of Scottsdale will play host.
“The first year was such a blast. I am thrilled to be able to take the Great American Nightmare to a new city this year,” said Zombie. “My only goal is to make it even sicker than last year.”
The three haunted house experiences for this year will include, ‘The Lords of Salem in Total Black Out,’ ‘Captain Spaulding’s Clown School in 3D’ and ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ .
Tickets are on sale from Friday 13th June at 10AM PT at the Great American Nightmare website.
To find out more about this years Great American Nightmare, including prices and park open times, click >>> (more…)
Before embarking on his European festival tour, Rob Zombie shared with Shortlist his ultimate playlist. He also shares the reasons behind his choices, which includes, favourite movie soundtrack song, favourite sad song, song from childhood, wedding song and many more.
And see the track list and explanations here: shortlist.com/rob-zombies-ultimate-playlist
Nerdist’s Matt Grosinger, catches up with Rob Zombie, whom is described as “this guy has no time for anything except being creative“, to “talk shop about zombie culture, performing in the digital age, and how he befriended Fred Armisen.”
To read excerpts and see links to the interview in full click >>> (more…)
Rob Zombie heads to Europe in June, including dates in the UK, Germany, Holland and Barcelona.
[WATCH] Rob Zombie speaks to Fanpass about touring; “Doing a tour with Alice was one of the best tours”
An interview conducted with Zombie by Fanpass, while the band rocked the Welcome To Rockville festival, sees Rob speaking about one of his favourite tour partners. Speaking to Matt Pinfield he says; “Cause usually, you’re on tour with people and they might be your friends, but maybe… they’re just your buddies, but musically, you’re not compatible. That was the first time I remember being on tour and it felt like what I thought touring should be.”
To watch the interview in full click >> (more…)
Its out! And the feedback has been fantastic. Check out this review from Loudwire, who say “with Zombie’s cinematic background, it’s no surprise that the show is heavy on visuals.” And “…while those elements are interesting and highly entertaining, they are just icing on the cake. Zombie and company are the stars of the show, with great performances from guitarist John 5, bassist Piggy D. and drummer Ginger Fish. Zombie is a master showman, holding the crowd in the palm of his hand.”
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On Blu-Ray: http://umusic.ly/RobZHorrorPicShowBlu
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Rob Zombie, probably the busiest man in the world, is not just working on a Manson Family piece with Bret Easton Ellis; he is not just about to embark on a European tour; he has not just announced a new and excitingly brutal new film project called ’31’, he is “pretty far into the process”, working on the follow-up to 2013’s Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor. (And of course, lets not forget the new live DVD/Blu-Ray and coffee table photo book – phew!)
Speaking to Billboard.com, Rob says “It sounds fuckin’ weird, man. That’s a really good thing. Right now I’m by myself in the studio; the rest of the band’s not here yet but, yeah, they’ll all come up here later. It’s going good. I’ll work on that for about a month and get as far as I can get. Then in July we have a little bit of a break where I’ll probably finish up the record, and then we have some more touring.”
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Head to Billboard.com to see a tease of ‘Superbeast’ from the forthcoming Zombie Horror Picture Show
Today is a BIG Rob Zombie day – not has the man revealed a new teaser for a new project he is working on BUT he has given Billboard an exclusive look at the new Zombie Horror Picture Show DVD/Blu-Ray and if you pop over to their site, crank up the volume to watch Superbeast.
Fans you will have noticed the homepage of robzombie.com has changed today to a teaser video. Says Zombie of his next project; “This is for the hardcore fans who want it nasty and brutal!”
Watch for a reveal that will showcase Rob Zombie’s next project.
Sign up to the mailing list on the homepage to get up-to-date news, and don’t forget to bookmark the official Rob Zombie site.
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On Monday (19 May), Rob Zombie will release his first EVER live DVD/Blu-Ray. The Zombie Horror Picture Show was filmed summer 2013, over two nights in Texas. Kerrang’s James Hickie, calls the film a “monstah“, that will give fans who have yet to see Rob Zombie and his band this summer, “a vivid idea of the thrills to expect“.
Pre-order your copy below and don’t forget also out on Monday is the fantastic 276 page photo book, also entitled The Zombie Horror Picture Show, with images by photographer Rob Fenn. Click here to get your copy here!
To read Kerrang’s review and to see links to get your copy, click >> (more…)
Original KISS drummer, Peter Criss – ‘Catman‘ – joined Rob Zombie last night, at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey, for a VERY special version of the classic KISS track “God of Thunder“.
Introducing the ‘Catman’ on stage, Zombie said “Ladies and gentlemen, if you are anything like me, you were very disappointed a little while ago, because I tuned into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, and I did not get to see my favorite drummer get behind the motherfucking drums. So tonight, it is our great honor to bring to you the one and only Catman, Mr. Peter Criss.“
If you missed this gem, or just want to relive this over and over and again, catch the fan video filmed on Saturday by clicking >> (more…)
Rob Zombie will be continuing his 2014 tour into Europe in the next month, including a stop at Download, which he last played at in 2011 (on a very rain-soaked but wild Sunday evening). Before he pops over the Europe, Rob chats with Music Radar about ‘being a one-stop creative shop, his hatred of recording studios and how to put together an unmissable concert.’
To see all tour-dates go to: robzombie.com/tour.
To read excerpts and follow links for the full interview click >> (more…)
As many of you have no doubt noticed, the site has had a bit of a make-over. Over the weekend, the site has been updated with a brand new skin, which includes an incredible image by photographer Rob Fenn (who shot the Zombie Horror Picture Show photo book) and includes original artwork by Rob Zombie’s web manager Emma (1976designs)
As well as a new skin, we have taken the time to tidy up the individual movie and music pages, as well as streamline a few underused sections.
There are still a few bits to drop into the site over the next few days, but we are hoping this is a look everyone will like and enjoy.
Yes indeed, Rob Zombie has been crowned “Best Live Act” at the Revolver Magazine “Golden Gods Awards”. The award is a ‘people’s vote’ which means YOU, the fans are the ones who have to be thanked for bestowing this honour on the band. Thank you to everyone who got behind the campaign, and voted, tweeted, shared, voted again etc etc.
Says Zombie; “A big thank you to everyone who voted for us last night. We will do our best to keep kicking ass for you all.”
Zombie speaks to Loudwire Nights: “The band is as good as it’s ever been, the show is bigger than it’s ever been”
Photo by Antonio Marino Jr.
Taking a little time out from planning a US and European tour, Rob Zombie chats to ,‘Loudwire Nights’ host Full Metal Jackie about his upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray release ’The Zombie Horror Picture Show’ and its accompanying book, his plans regarding a Manson Family project and more.
Read excerpts below, and find links to the full interview PLUS how to enter Loudwires sweepstake of for a signed copy of the Zombie Horror Picture Show photo book and Live DVD/Blu-Ray (more…)
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Rob Zombie recently appeared on Spike TV’s ‘Ink Masters’ as a guest judge for the “Demons” tattoo heat. If you missed that episode or just want to watch it again, head over the Spike TV now and see it there: spike.com/episodes/3qeq38/ink-master-ink-master-explosion-season-4-ep-408
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