Rob Zombie is a cover star and featured interviewee in the Winter 2020 issue of Revolver magazine. Zombie is one of 3 cover stars, with other featured covers including Ghostmane and Poppy.
Teasing the interview with Zombie, Revolver said:
The COVID pandemic has had Rob Zombie bunkered down with his wife, Sheri Moon, at their other home in Connecticut. There since March, he says it’s “the longest I’ve ever been stuck in one place ever in my life because usually there’s a tour or something.” There are no tours on the horizon, but there is a new album, his seventh solo LP and first in five years, coming soon: The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy. Ahead of its release, we reunited the “monster metal” icon with comedian Brian Posehn, who is not only a friend but also a collaborator, having appeared as the ill-fated Jimmy in 2005’s The Devil’s Rejects. As they discussed, to Zombie, horror is no laughing matter.
Revolver featuring Rob Zombie | Winter 2020 edition
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Check out this amazing book by authors Luigi Boccia and Lorenzo Ricciardi. “Rob Zombie. Il circo degli orrori” (Rob Zombie. The Circus Of Horrors), is an Italian book looking at the filmmaking career of Rob Zombie.
From the synopsis*:
“Rob Zombie: the circus of horrors” is the first essay made in collaboration with artist Rob Zombie, with fifty unpublished photos from the backstage of the films and an exclusive interview with the director. The preface by Jeff Daniel Phillips, an actor known for his interpretations in Zombie films, enriches the work by introducing the journey through the career and cinematographic evolution of a controversial and eclectic character who has desecrated the parameters of horror cinema, desecrating the concept of fear and giving it a new face, that of a society that generates and feeds its monsters. Rob Zombie and his circus make a stop in Italy to give us a show not to be missed.
We are honored to present the Shocker Award to Rob Zombie this year at the Shockfest Spookshow on Friday December 11th. Thank you Rob Zombie for being a part of Shockfest Film Festival 2020 during such a tumultuous year for the world and for sharing our poster on your page.
Shockfest Film Festival 2020 | Facebook | December 3, 2020
Rob Zombie will be a guest of honor for the night’s festivities.
“SHOCKFEST FILM FESTIVAL is an annual horror film festival held every year. Showcasing shocking and horrifying films from all over the world!” This years event will take place virtually and is by invite only but you can find out more by listening to: “Wang Macabre Radio Hour (Every Friday @ 7:30pm) on Hellfire Radio for more SHOCKFEST INFO“.
It’s been 19 years (November 13, 2001) since Rob Zombie released his second studio album The Sinister Urge. The title was borrowed from the Ed Wood movie released in 1961 bearing the same name.
Although only one single was released – Demon Speeding– tracks from the album would appear on soundtracks for Mission: Impossible 2 and as promotional releases.
Two official videos were created, including for the track Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy), which saw the band recreate A Clockwork Orange.
You can watch all the videos from the album (and listen to the tracks), on the official The Sinister Urge page here at robzombie.com: robzombie.com/music/the-sinister-urge/ (or by clicking “read more”) and don’t forget to let Rob know what your favorite track from the album is. Also your thoughts on it’s initial release, impact on your fandom etc etc, by clicking “read more” and leaving a comment!