Zombie speaks to On Tour Monthly: “I don’t even know what to call what I do because basically I just do what I like.”
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Currently on tour with Korn, Rob Zombie sat down for an exclusive, in depth interview with On Tour Monthly, where he speaks about his music career to date, including White Zombie, his past signing with Geffen, why he always tries to put on bigger, larger-than-life shows, his past and present music collaboration partners, and much more besides.
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Hope you are all enjoying the Mayhem experience this year! Here’s an interview Rob Zombie recently conducted with the Patriot Ledger, before his headlining appearance at Mansfield on Tuesday, July 16. In the interview he talks about his love of music, White Zombie, directing films and a lot more besides.
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It has been reported that White Zombie drummer Phil Buerstatte was found dead in Madison, Wisconsin this past weekend.
Phil was drummer for White Zombie from 1992 to 1994. He played on the La Sexorcisto tour, as well as playing on tracks “Feed The Gods” on The Airheads Soundtrack, “Children of the Grave” and “I AM HELL” from the Beavis and Butthead soundtrack.
Wow! It’s been a while since we did one of these.
Sit back and enjoy this fantastic Question of the Week from ZombieHead Inc member M Tragedy666 about the early days of White Zombie and how bands have to market themselves to gain promotion.
Question: Hi Rob. I read one of your recent interviews and it inspired a question. I hope to hear your take in this… But, how did it happen for you? The transition from local band to a signed act that is opening for Pantera and on huge festivals touring the world? I know it takes hard work and there is no short cuts…but I was wondering if a scout for the label happened to see you and liked what they saw? Which means there was a bit of luck involved. Or did you guys just build your fanbase on a local level till you were headlining all the local clubs and it just kept getting bigger and bigger until it exploded?
I don’t know if the local scene is anything like it used to be in the late 80’s, but it’s pretty shitty now. You work your ass off promoting and trying to write cool songs. No one cares. Some people show up. Other times it’s nearly empty rooms. Occasionally, you’ll get a good crowd that really digs it and might buy some merch. (more…)
Fresh tracks from White Zombie are creeping towards the Rock Band Music Store on October 25th, kicking into overdrive with “Thunder Kiss ’65,” from the band’s 1992 major label debut, La Sexorcisto: Devil (more…)