As mentioned a while ago, Rob Zombie recorded a new podcast with Mick Garris for his Post Mortem show.
The podcast showcases “interviews with the most interesting figures in the horror genre, with new shows posted every other Wednesday“. The inaugural show, which was broadcast on February 15th is now available to listen to here: http://www.podcastone.com/pg/jsp/program/episode.jsp?programID=1026&pid=1707651.
In this show they “talk about his [RZ’s] experiences with the Halloween franchise, crowd-funding, Rob’s cinematic influences” and much more. You can also find the podcast on iTunes.
The podcast showcases “interviews with the most interesting figures in the horror genre, with new shows posted every other Wednesday“.
The series premieres on February 15th and you can download them at Podcastone.com, the Podcast One app, or on iTunes.
In the meantime, go here: mickgarrisinterviews.com/rob-zombie to see a previous “Mick Garris interviews Rob Zombie”.
A little while ago, Rob Zombie sat with Nikki Sixx and Jen on their Sixx Sense show to chat about horror movies, writing music, concert production, and he explains the title of his new album, The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser.
To listen to the interview in full, go here http://sixxsense.iheart.com/media/play/26893835/#ixzz4WDlgs5oV
A new interview with Rob Zombie from Vice.
In the interview they chat about his latest movie 31 which is now streaming exclusively on Shudder. They also talk about Christmas, juggling a career of movies and music, cult movie Cannibal Holocaust and whether his love of horror will ever translate into a Christmas movie.
To read the interview in full, go here: vice.com/zombie-talks-cannibal-holocaust-christmas-clowns
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
Visceral, gritty, disturbing, and absolutely obscene, Rob Zombie takes his brand of horror to new heights with 31, a nightmarish game-of-death tale that offers up chainsaws, cannibals, and- of course- killer clowns. FANGORIA recently caught up with the formidable filmmaker to discuss this crowdfunded chiller, his future in horror, and whether or not horrorheads will get to see a HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES extended cut…
To read the interview in full go here: fangoria.com/qa-rob-zombie-on-31
A great interview in which Rob Zombie talks about his movie 31, and how he created the film on a lower budget, in a changing horror film industry and on a tight schedule.
“No Film School caught up with Zombie about how the horror genre has changed, his love of the ’70s, and his filmmaking process while on tour with his latest album, The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser.”
To read the interview go here: nofilmschool.com/2016/10/rob-zombie-31-interview
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
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
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/
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
Rob Zombie speaks to Yahoo Music about his new album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser. He tells them why he waited a year to release the album, even though it was all finished, being a product of the 70’s, whether being a film director gives him a different perspective when looking at his music, and what he really thinks when people compare his music to “B-horror groove metal or even schlock-metal“.
You can read the interview in full here: yahoo.com/rob-zombie-the-days-of-selling-3-million-albums
Rob also reveals that although he had to fight with the censors for a rating for his latest movie ’31’ (due out in September), it was The Devil’s Rejects with which securing an R rating was the most difficult. “You’re editing content for adults. One adult is telling another adult, ‘I think that’s a little too much for you. We’re gonna have to tone it down.’
Rob Zombie: “Touring is the best part about being in a band. That’s kind of what the whole point is.”
Rob Zombie talks to Alternative Nation about why it took a year to write the new album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser, how he and the band keep things fresh, John 5’s backwards guitar solo, touring, making films and albums and much more; “I really believe in this record and I want to keep it alive with a lot of content to keep the fans excited.”
To read the interview in full go to: alternativenation.net/interview-rob-zombie
Following the release of his latest album, The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser, Rob Zombie speaks to Forbes about what he feels is rocks new underground status (and he’s totally fine with that), how ticket sales for the forthcoming Return of the Dreads tour with Korn have doubled compared to the band’s previous outing three years ago and why he’s cool with whether people buy a CD/vinyl or stream/download from sites such as Spotify and iTunes, to listen to his music.
To read the interview in full go to: forbes.com/rob-zombie-about-the-changing-music-industry
In this exclusive video interview, Loudwire chats to Rob Zombie about the dense new tapestry which is his latest solo album, The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser (released April 29th).
Watch the video above and go to Loudwire to read more about this exclusive chat: loudwire.com/rob-zombie-electric-warlock-album
At the age of 18, Rob Zombie went to New York to study at Parsons School of Design. The New York he saw was “when it was mostly grim and dangerous“.
Rob takes time out from promoting his new record The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser to chat to the NY Daily News about “...his New York roots, …his take on the train-wreck of a presidential race including “crazy person” Donald Trump and his eternal bond with The Ramones….” and much more.
To read this interview in full, go to: nydailynews.com/rob-zombie-new-york
Rob Zombie’s latest album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser is finally OUT NOW. In a new video interview, Rob chats to Rolling Stone Magazine about the new album, how he challenges himself after almost 30 years in the music industry, and explains the psychedelic album title; “To me, that [title] is what the record sounded like“.
To watch this video interview with Rob Zombie, go to: rollingstone.com/rob-zombie-talk-wild-new-lp
On Saturday Rob Zombie kicks off his tour with Disturbed, but today he is celebrating the release of his latest album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser. He talks to Headlines & Global News “about finding the right crew to make his musical mania a reality, why icons like Lemmy, David Bowie and Prince are the last of their kind, and which recent package tour of his didn’t exactly click for the audiences.”
To read the interview, go to: hngn.com/articles/rob-zombie-unleashes-electric-warlock
[Interview] “…rock music is transitioning out of the culture. And it’s not like “Boo-hoo, rock music’s dead,” …music changes”
Today is officially the day you guys have been waiting for a while – the release date of the newest Rob Zombie album “The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser“. To kick things off, and before he sets out on a series of tour dates with Disturbed (and later in the year with Korn), Zombie had a chat with Entertainment Weekly to celebrate the album release.
In the interview they chat about “the changing nature of the music industry, films he has on the horizon, and why [Zombie’s] glad to have come up in rock when he did. ”
To read the interview go to: ew.com/2016/rob-zombie-electric-witch-acid-warlock
Revolver Magazine recently invited fans to send them their questions for Rob Zombie. Now that edition has been published and you can get a sneak peak at the first part of these questions by following the link to their website: revolvermag.com/interview-rob-zombie-answers-fan-questions-part-1
From Revolver: Rob Zombie “answers fan questions on horror and movies for our Going Postal feature such as what age he got into horror, the scariest thing that ever happened to him, ’31’s rating, and much more.”
To read the rest, pick up the new issue on newsstands April 5 or get your copy here