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
So, last night (26 Nov) saw the Twins of Evil tour launch itself with style in Europe by performing at London’s O2 arena for the first of 4 UK shows before they head over for the rest of their Europe dates.
Photographer Jason Williamson has released a set of photos from that show and we have posted a few here. Make sure to see the links to see the rest of the shots. Enjoy the photographs! (more…)
Read this review from Loudwire.com following the Twins of Evil stop in NYC. And follow the link at the end of the article to see Loudwires fantastic gallery of images from both acts.
ROB ZOMBIE + MARILYN MANSON BRING ‘TWINS OF EVIL’ TOUR TO NEW YORK CITY by: Chuck Armstrong
Even though their tour stopped in New York City a couple of weeks shy of Halloween, the ‘Twins of Evil’ made fans feel like it was indeed All Hallow’s Eve. Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson put together two blistering sets at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom on Wednesday, Oct. 17. (more…)
Yes, yes, storm in a teacup as the Brits would say. Sod the gossip because the show goes on. Read this excellent review for the Youngstown Ohio show and don’t forget, tickets are still available in some places, and Golden Tickets too, so if you haven’t booked yet, what are you waiting for. Thanks to 98.5 WNCX for the review.
The resounding call of the Zombie has once again been answered last night at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, Ohio. The “Twins of Evil” tour infiltrated the unsuspecting arena with Marilyn Manson and Slipknot’s #0, DJ Starscream, providing opening support for Rob Zombie who was at the helm of this metal madness. Without fail or disappointment, Rob Zombie delivered his sensuous onslaught with bombast and fervor.
As many of you are aware, especially for those who had tickets to the show, Rob Zombie had to cancel the October 6 show in Little Rock due to safety concerns, not only for himself and the band and the crew, but importantly for his fans. The cancellation was due to weather conditions that not only made it dangerous to set up the stage for the show but also conditions that the fans would have been watching the show in. Rob Zombie phoned local radio station 100.3 The Edge to explain the position reached and to let everyone know the show had been rescheduled to October 29. All tickets will be honored. Information will be going up on the main tour page soon.
To listen to Rob explain why the decision was taken
It’s been another busy week. The Twins of Evil tour is in full swing, and Rob Zombie unveiled the trailer for his new movie The Lords of Salem. In this interview City Pages chats to Rob about his music, what he thought about the remixes for Mondo Sex Head and what goes into a Rob Zombie stage show.
Rob Zombie on perfectionism, remixes, and backstage antics with Marilyn Manson by Arielle Castillo
Rob Zombie, that long-haired, bearded, face-painted poster boy for all things ghoulish, can’t help but be a perfectionist. (more…)
Westword Blogs reviews Rob Zombie: ‘one of the most visually and sonically emotionally engaging shows you’re likely to see all year’
Westword.com have reviewed the Twins of Evil tour date from 2nd October in Denver. In a six page review replete with images and full write up for both Zombie and Marilyn Manson, as well as DJ Starscream, they have hailed the show as ‘one of the most visually and sonically emotionally engaging shows you’re likely to see all year’. Included here is the review for the Rob Zombie portion of the show, but feel free to click back to Westword.com to read the full review including Marilyn Manson’s own set. It’s a great write up in all.
Twins of Evil Tour: Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson at 1STBANK Center, 10/02/12 By Tom Murphy
Before Rob Zombie went on, a huge drape with the image of King Kong on the front blocked us from seeing the set change and yet provided a compelling image from the stage when nothing else was going on. Which was much appreciated. (more…)
On October 1 the Twins of Evil hit Salt Lake City for another show of sounds, sights and extremities. Before the show both artists sat down to chat with the Salt Lake Tribune to discuss their work, staging and more.
Brian Hugh Warner — better known as Marilyn Manson — is now 43, and many dismiss him as a musician past his expiration date.
But when Manson’s album “Born Villain” was released in May, it debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard album chart and broke iTunes’ Top 10 album lists in 22 countries.
Those numbers prove that Manson, who will headline the “Twins of Evil” tour with Rob Zombie on Monday, remains a commercial force. (more…)
The reviews are coming in. Check this great one from ArtistDirect.
On the other end of the spectrum yet equally powerful and memorable, Rob Zombie killed with kinetic energy as the “Twins of Evil” tour pairing him and Marilyn Manson also kicked off as part of Desert Uprising.There’s no experience on earth like a Rob Zombie show. If you haven’t seen him, you haven’t lived, and that’s a fact. Let that marinate… (more…)
Rob Zombie embarks on his co-headlining Twins of Evil tour with Marilyn Manson from tonight (September 28) in Arizona at the first Desert Uprising. But before he began the tour, Rob sat down with Loudwire Radio to chew the fat about the tour, his new movie The Lords of Salem and more.
A few days ago we showcased the new cover of Revolver Magazine which this month features a Rock! Shock! and Horror! issue with Twins of Evil co-headliners, Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson on the front, emulating an infamous scene from Stanley Kubricks classic The Shining. Now Revolver magazine have released an excerpt of that interview online where Rob Zombie speaks about his new movie The Lords of Salem.
To see the extract and find out how to get hold of your copy of the magazine (more…)
Rob Zombie has been busy this year. He has a new movie coming, he has released a remix album and he has also been in the studio recording a new album. Couple that with a tour with Megadeth earlier this year and now a co-headliner with Marilyn Manson which kicks off this Friday (28 September).
The Phoenix New Times Blog caught up with Rob a few days ago and asked him about his new record, touring with Manson and girls in the crowd at his shows. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie on His New Record, New Movie, and Why Metal Shows Need Girls By Lauren Wise
Rob Zombie isn’t out to terrify you. He’s out to blow your mind. He holds a number of titles: director, artist, musician, actor, writer, lover, and freak show.
And everything he does is loaded up with theatrics, subtle intelligence, and aggression. (more…)
J-Devil (aka Korn’s frontman Jonathan Davis) will be replaced on the Twins of Evil tour with Slipknot’s Sid Wilson, after doctors ordered Davis to take time out for exhaustion. The decision was announced in an official statement;
“JDevil will no longer be able to join Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson on their co-headlining Twins Of Evil Tour this October. Due to exhaustion from his recent eight week overseas tour with KORN, Jonathan’s doctors have ordered him to refrain from any travel and performing for the next few weeks while he recuperates. We got this from management: ‘Jonathan is really bummed right now and regrets having to disappoint anyone, especially his fans and his good friends Marilyn Manson and Rob.’ We’ll keep you updated, everyone expects he’ll be back on track soon.”
We wish him all the best in recovering and welcome Sid Wilson on the tour.
With just days to go until the Twins of Evil tour starts, Rob Zombie has spoken to The Topeka Capital Journal (CJOnline) about the tour, whether he watches his own movies and a lot more besides. Enjoy!
Expo-bound Rob Zombie talks screen, stage by Bill Blankenship
Perhaps it is because Rob Zombie the rock star gets plenty of crowd feedback from the concert stage that Rob Zombie the filmmaker doesn’t feel compelled to sneak into the back of theaters to secretly gauge audience reaction. (more…)
It’s the tour that should have happened a long time ago, it’s a tour that’s only a few short weeks away. The Twins of Evil, Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson, are teaming up for a co-headliner which is hitting the USA and Europe from September 28.
Go to the tour page to see where they are playing and buy tickets.
Check out this new Revolver cover. To see the full cover (more…)
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…)
The Twins of Evil tour will be hitting 97.1 The Eagle’s FREAKER’S BALL this Halloween. Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson featuring J-Devil (Jonathan Davis of Korn) will be bringing their own brand of mayhem to the Verizon Theatre in Dallas, TX. Tickets are on sale from Friday 14 September. To find out more information (more…)
This year has been very busy for Rob Zombie. He has co-headlined a tour with Megadeth, finished filming The Lords of Salem, recorded a new album, released a remix album and is about to go on a co-headlining tour with Marilyn Manson (starts 28 September).
Rob chats with Selena Fragassi of Popmatters about his busy work schedule and more. Enjoy!
To read the interview, please go here: popmatters.com/feature/162877-the-hellbilly-comes-clean-an-interview-with-rob-zombie/
Add another date to your diaries Zombieheads, as Rob Zombie (along with Marilyn Manson and J-Devil) will be appearing at this years Halloweenie Roast, which is to be held by 101one WJRR, Florida’s Best Rock station.
The new festival kicks off over the weekend beginning October 26 2012. We’ve added details to the Tour page, but to see details on pre-sales, passwords and more (more…)
ROCK VEGAS powered by Rockstar Energy Drink “Sin City’s Loudest Two-Day Rock Music Festival”
SEPTEMBER 28 & 29 AT MANDALAY BAY RESORT IN LAS VEGAS FEATURING ROB ZOMBIE, SHINEDOWN, MARILYN MANSON, GODSMACK AND MORE
ROCK VEGAS powered by Rockstar Energy Drink–“Sin City’s Loudest Two-Day Rock Music Festival” is set for two sin-filled days, Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29 at Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. The two-day rock extravaganza will feature performances from Rob Zombie, Shinedown, Marilyn Manson, and Godsmack, plus Staind, Stone Sour, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, Adelitas Way, All That Remains, P.O.D., Art of Dying, Redlight King, New Medicine, Deuce, Otherwise and more. (more…)
Rob Zombie has a chat with Philly 2 Philly about his movies, his music, forthcoming tour and more. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie talks Flyers’ ‘Broad Street Bullies’ movie, tour with Marilyn Manson, & Mondo Sex Head by Joe Vallee.
Rob Zombie has had quite a varied career. From the success of his band, White Zombie to his solo career and filmmaking, Zombie is not shy about taking chances. It was recently announced that Zombie’s next film project will be a movie based on the Philadelphia Flyers “Broad Street Bullies” teams from the 1970’s. We talked with Zombie to discuss the early stages of the Flyers’ movie, as well as his fall tour with Marilyn Manson and his first remix album in 13 years, Mondo Sex Head. (more…)