header

    Facebook-button   twitter-button  

More ’31′ concept art revealed

Alex Horley 31

Rob Zombie has unleashed more concept art from the ’31′ studio, of characters to be featured in his next twisted film.  The artwork, by Alex Horley who has collaborated with Zombie on various projects, features characters named Death-Head, Sex-Head and Sick-Head.

Zombie is currently crowd-funding the project at www.rz-31.com and there are – at this moment – 29 days left to back the project.

To see larger versions of the concept art, click >>>  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

[Watch] Rob Zombie perform Blitzkrieg Bop for Ramones Tribute Concert

Rob Zombie, Blitzgrieg Bop, The Ramones, Johnny Ramone

Last weekend, Rob Zombie hosted the 10th Annual Johnny Ramone tribute night. Joined by a host of artists, including Duff McKagan, Billy Idol and more, as well as being compere, and hosting a special screening – with Q&A – of The Devils Rejects, Rob Zombie and the band performed at the Hollywood Forever Cemetary. One of the gems of the night was their cover of the classic Ramones song “Blitzkrieg Bop”.

To watch them perform the track, click >>>  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

The stars come out for Johnny Ramone Tribute

Johnny Ramone by Shannon Cottrell

This past weekend, Rob Zombie hosted the tenth annual Johnny Ramone Tribute Night at LA’s Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Rolling Stone Magazine was there and followed the event which saw guests including Kirk Hammet, Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols,  as well as Johnny Ramones widow Linda Ramone, who has organized the event yearly. This year was the first following the death of Tommy Ramone, whose death made this the first Tribute event without a living Ramones member. Said Zombie on his friend Johnny Ramone; “I miss him every day. He was a wonderful kind guy. There was nobody like him. There was nothing like the Ramones, so we’re here for Johnny, Joey, Dee Dee and Tommy.”

Read excerpts from the event by clicking >>>  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Danny Trejo on Rob Zombie: “when he casts you, he casts that character as you”

Rob Zombie Danny Trejo The Devils Rejects

For Fangoria’s recent Rob Zombie special, (FANGORIA Legends Presents: Rob Zombie), they spoke to actor Danny Trejo, who appeared in Zombie’s films, Halloween, The Devils Rejects, and lent his voice to The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.

Trejo opens up about what it was like to work with Zombie, what Zombie expects from his cast members, and how Trejo views Zombie as a director and visionary.

Get your copy of the Fangoria special HERE, and read excerpts from the interview with Danny Trejo, by clicking >>>  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Meet and Greets available for Zombie’s shows this September

Rob Zombie 31 Meet and Greet

Still looking for a way to help crowd fund the next Rob Zombie project ’31′? And also going to see him play live in September? Well why not combine the both and buy a meet and greet upgrade to your ticket, for which the proceeds will go towards the fundraising pot for ’31′. As part of the package, you will be bale to meet Zombie before the show, get your picture snapped with him and the band, get early access to the venue to get the best point to see the show, AND walk away at the end with a fantastic goody bag of exclusive treats, which includes an exclusive poster, signed by Rob and the band.

These meet and greet packages will go quickly and are only available until September 5. So pop over to rz-31.com and find out how to hit the preverbal two birds with one stone!

To find out which dates are available,  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Zombie lends his voice to Puppy Rescue Mission campaign

Rob Zombie Puppy Rescue Mission

Last summer, while on the Mayhem tour, Rob Zombie met up with the folks at the Puppy Rescue Mission charity – which helps dogs rescued by soldiers while on their tour of duty – animals that not only give the soldiers much needed bonds, but whom have also saved the soldiers. Said Rob of the campaign last year: “… soldiers in Afghanistan would find these dogs and bond with them and sneak them on the bases, even though they weren’t supposed to have them.  It was probably the only moment of sanity for these guys, when they spent time with them….But they weren’t allowed to take them home, and if they could, it was so expensive. That was a cause I could really understand and get behind.”

To that end he has narrated a video campaign, directed by Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival documenter Strati Hovartos, to bring more light on this wonderful charity. The video features a cast of active duty and veteran warriors.

To find out more about TPRM, go to: http://www.puppyrescuemission.com. to watch the video, click >>>  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

css.php