House of 1000 Corpses 17th birthday Rob Zombie

On This Day: Happy 17th Birthday House Of 1000 Corpses!

On April 11, 2003 Rob Zombie unleashed the Firefly family onto the world for the first time with the movie House of 1000 Corpses. It was also the first movie Zombie directed.

Rob Zombie shares his thoughts:

17 years ago today HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES was finally released! 💀 The film was actually shot 20 years ago but sat on a shelf collecting dust waiting to be reborn. ☠️ It was a long, long crazy journey to get it on the big screen but it was worth it! 🎉 People always quote lines from the film to me. What’s your favorite line?

Rob Zombie. Instagram. April 11, 2020

To see some behind the scenes images Rob has shared, click “read more” and don’t forget to share your favorite movie line in the comments!

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Astro-Creep: 2000 White Zombie 25 years old

ON THIS DAY: Astro-Creep: 2000 turns 25 years old!

Astro-Creep: 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head – the final White Zombie studio album – is a quarter of a century old!

The album, released on April 11, 1995, saw drummer John Tempesta join the band and notable industrial artist Charlie Clouser, who played on keyboards.

The album featured many fan favorites including Super-Charger Heaven and More Human Than Human, which is still played live by Zombie today. Astro-Creep: 2000 peaked at number 6 on the Billboard charts, selling 2.6 million albums in the US.

In 2018, Rob Zombie released Astro-Creep: 2000 Live. It was recorded live, in full and back-to-back by Zombie’s current line-up (John 5, Piggy D & Ginger Fish) at Riot Fest in September 2016. 

Watch the music video for More Human Than Human by clicking “read more” below and don’t forget to share your thoughts on the album in the comments, and let us know your favorite track/music video/memory of the album.

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Rob Zombie Local Boogeyman Zomboogey original shirt

LIMITED EDITION Rob Zombie original designed shirt now available at Local Boogeyman!

Rob Zombie and Local Boogeyman have come together to bring fans this super cool, Rob Zombie original drawing design t-shirt.

The GET DOWN MUTHA FUCKA shirt is based on a classic Zombie shirt. It features original artwork by Zombie himself. It is available on Local Boogeyman’s signature vintage inspired, branded t-shirt in sizes from XXS to 3 XL. They are true to size, and pre-shrunk.

The GET DOWN MUTHA FUCKA shirt is available for a limited time only, or until sold out! So don’t delay, get yours today:

Educated Horses Rob Zombie 14 years old

ON THIS DAY: Educated Horses released 14 years ago

On 28 March, 2006, Rob Zombie released his third solo album to the world: Educated Horses.

Released 5 years after The Sinister Urge, it came out after Zombie had spent time cultivating his career as a film director.

Educated Horses was the first to feature John 5 on guitar and also saw drummer Tommy Clufetos joining the band. In a recent Instagram post celebrating the 14th anniversary, Zombie noted “It was the only record to feature the lineup of John Five, Blasko and Tommy Clufetos.”

John 5 also commented on Zombie’s anniversary post, noting his favorite track from the album:

Let it all bleed out is my favorite, I remember I was doing tracks for this record but wasn’t in the band yet I was so excited thank you RZ for letting me stick around

John 5 – Instagram: 28 March 2020

The album debuted at number 5 on the Billboard charts and the track The Lords of Salem was nominated for a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance of 2008. Four music videos were released, including two animated videos for The Lords of Salem and American Witch featuring animation from David Hartman. You can view all the videos on the Educated Horses official album page, right here at

Use the comments to let Rob know what your favorite track is from the album.

Sheri Moon Zombie Local Boogeyman t-shirt Halloween 2

Limited Edition Sheri Moon Zombie, Halloween 2 shirt available From Zomboogey

Brand new from Zomboogey, the clothing collaboration between Rob Zombie and Local Boogeyman is this limited edition t-shirt, featuring Sheri Moon Zombie in her role of Debbie Myers from Halloween 2.

The t-shirt is available in a vintage inspired, true to size, pre-shrunk design, from sizes XXS, to 3XL.

Shirts are available in a limited number and once sold, thy are sold! So get yours today. Just click the button below!