For those holding out hope for a White Zombie reunion someday, Rob Zombie says it's time to move on. In a new interview with Consequence of Sound's 'Rock It Out Blog' (seen above), Zombie says that his former band worked better in a certain place and time and he's not all that interested in trying to recreate that magic.
Proving that there's no such thing as too much metal, the Hartford stop of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival's main stage continued the musical assault that had started on the side stages earlier in the day.
Rob Zombie has dropped the lyric video for his cover of Grand Funk Railroad's 'We're an American Band.' It's just a clip with lyrics, so it's not as blood-spattered or as visual as most of the stuff that the rocker and horror film director
Rob Zombie recently revealed his plans for the inaugural Halloween experience, the 'Great American Nightmare.' Now the rocker is beginning to lay out the plans for how his haunted house and music event will go down. The full nightly performance lineup has been unveiled, and it should be noted that Zombie himself will headline the final night on Nov. 2.
Grand Funk Railroad created one of the great all-time rockers with 'We're an American Band,' and these days Rob Zombie is giving the song a new spin. To help celebrate the rock classic, Zombie has created a new promotion for his cover that will incorporate the fans. He's currently asking for video submissions of fans rocking out to his version of 'American Band' and the footage will be turned into a fan video for the track.
Rob Zombie is taking his dark passions beyond both film and music by unleashing the inaugural 'Great American Nightmare' in the Los Angeles area this fall. The event combines the most advanced haunted house attractions with an eclectic, not-to-be-missed music festival
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