Happy new year (or rather – my goodness are we a week into 2013 ALREADY – BOY does time fly!) Zombieheads.
Just had some great images drop into our inbox taken at the Twins of Evil show in Birmingham UK, taken by Jodi of jodiphotography.co.uk. There’s a good batch of them so to see the full gallery and more about the photographer (more…)
We are still reading some great feedback from the fans and the press regarding the opening night of the European leg of the Twins of Evil show at London’s O2 arena. And we are finding some GREAT pro-shots taken of the night and we thought we would share some more, this time from Drowned in Sound, photos by Burak Cingi. To see more (more…)
So the Twins of Evil roared into London on Monday night with a fiery mix of mayhem and music. We are seeing some great feedback from the fans and wanted to share some reviews of the show too. So here are excerpts from two: one from stereoboard.com and the other from Metal Hammer (who have a special Twins of Evil feature in their latest edition).
And let us know what you thought. We have a special area on the forum for fans to share their experiences on each individual date of the tour here: Twins of Evil Tour Index
Rob Zombie is one of the most hardworking artists out there – he can’t sit for long and twiddle his thumbs in case he gets bored. In this interview with Glide Magazine, the director and singer, talks about making movies, making music and what really scares him.
My Roots: Rob Zombie by Leslie Michele Derrough
Rob Zombie is a no-bullshit visionary. While leading White Zombie on a gory-fun trail through the rock & roll hemisphere, he carved up electrifying stage productions and music videos filled with fluorescently vivid images of the macabre while playing grungily catchy tunes; something that he continues to do with his solo band. Throwing his hat into the movie making business in 2003 with House Of A 1000 Corpses, Zombie found himself in a whole new world with more challenges for his creative brain. (more…)
Karen Bliss of Rolling Stone Magazine caught a moment or two with Rob Zombie to speak about the music of The Lords of Salem. Enjoy!
A short sequence of spooky notes is as critical as any character in Rob Zombie’s latest directorial endeavor, The Lords of Salem. The witchy strain lies at the core of all that goes horribly wrong for Heidi Hawthorne, the radio DJ, dog lover and former drug addict played by Zombie’s wife, Sheri Moon Zombie.
Rob Zombie recalls standing in his back yard on the phone with John 5, the guitarist in his rock band, humming ideas back and forth to get that perfect passage of music for a film involving a 300-year-old witches’ coven, Beelzebub and a blasphemous modern-day rock station. (more…)
Rob Zombie announces new album update ‘one more week of recording left before we start mixing the new record’
Rob Zombie has been in the studio with John 5, Piggy D and Ginger Fish since the beginning of June creating his next album. Today he released a statement to let the fans know how the album is progressing.
To read the statement (more…)
Loudwire, who recently were given the exclusive to break the story about the forthcoming Twins of Evil – Rob Zombie/Marilyn Manson co-headliner, have caught up with Rob to chat about that tour, and his forthcoming new album. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie Talks Tour With Marilyn Manson, Upcoming Album + More
We recently announced the Twins of Evil Tour featuring none other than co-headliners Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson. Set to kick off at the Desert Uprising Festival in Phoenix, Ariz., on Sept. 28, there is no question this trek will be one for the ages. (more…)
In May, Rob Zombie went out on tour with Megadeth. At this years Rock on the Range, Revolver TV caught up with Zombie and his guitarist John 5 backstage, where they talked about – among many things – the new album which the band began to record at the beginning of June. (more…)
Check out this new interview from Loudwire who recently chatted with Rob Zombie.
ROB ZOMBIE ON BAND CHEMISTRY, UPCOMING ALBUM, TOURING + MORE by: Liz Ramanand
It’s no secret that Rob Zombie is an accomplished musician, film director, screenwriter and much more. This year, he’s as busy as ever as he wraps up his new film ‘The Lords of Salem,’ prepares to hit the studio for a new album and rocks concertgoers on a co-headlining U.S. tour with Megadeth.
Loudwire recently had the chance to talk to Mr. Zombie, and he dished on the energy of the current members of his band, his forthcoming album, his enthusiasm for the future of the hard rock / heavy metal industry as a whole and much more.
With the end of production on the new film The Lords of Salem coming soon, Rob will be returning to the studio with fellow bandmates John 5, Piggy D and Ginger Fish for a brand new album.
Says Rob; “as production on THE LORDS OF SALEM ends it is time for music. We will be packing up the band and moving to remote location to record. No distractions, just music.”
Rob and the band will be hitting the road with Megadeth shortly for a co-headling tour which will include hitting up Rocklahoma and Rock on the Range.
Go to the official John 5 website for more information.
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From Rob Zombie’s Facebook page:
The greatest show on earth returns in 2012. Shows to be announced soon!