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Rolling Stone Magazine airs exclusive clip from The Lords of Salem

Sheri Moon Zombie in The Lords of Salem

Our friends at Rolling Stone Magazine have an exclusive clip available to watch on their site from Rob Zombie’s forthcoming movie, The Lords of Salem.  In this clip Heidi meets one of the Lords in an eerie, grandiose scene. As Zombie explains: “This is a key moment in the film where our main character, Heidi Hawthorne, finally confronts the dreaded apartment five to meet the bizarre master of her nightmares. It is one of my favorite scenes in the film and wasn’t even in the original script.”

To watch the clip in full go to: http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/videos/rob-zombie-revives-the-witch-trials-in-the-lords-of-salem-20130411#ixzz2QBaLTvEB


Zombie talks to Rolling Stone about the ‘monstrously gigantic’ tour he will bring to Mayhem and much more.

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It’s been a busy week for Rob Zombie so far.  On Sunday he went into the desert to film the new video for his single ‘Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown” with fellow band members John 5, Piggy D and Ginger Fish as well as his wife Sheri Moon Zombie and a few other special guests.  Then on Monday, he and the band were escorted by 60 Hells Angels to the Whisky A-Go-Go in Los Angeles for the huge press announcement of the 2013 Rockstar Mayhem Festival on which Rob will be main-staging.

Following the press conference, Rolling Stones magazine sat down with Rob to speak about the new album, festivals, new movies and much more. To read the interview  (more…)


Rob Zombie hits the right spooky notes with Lords of Salem

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…)


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