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Heavy Metal Grammy Awards: Who Has Won, Who Should Have Won
"I don't know what this means. I don't think it means anything" -- Eddie Vedder, accepting a Grammy for Pearl Jam's 'Spin the Black Circle,' 1996 I tend to take the Pearl Jam Attitude toward the Grammys, but it's still fun to sit back and watch people who know nothing about metal try and hand out awards for "Best Performance" every year...
Former White Zombie Bassist Sean Yseult Promoting Book
Former White Zombie bassist Sean Yseult has resurfaced. She is promoting her new book, 'I'm in the Band,' which chronicles her career as the girl in one of the biggest crossover metal bands of the '90s. "I am out in L.A. doing in-stores and the Metal Army party, and then I will be doing an in-store appearance in New York on Jan...
Rob Zombie Says Let’s Do the Time Warp Again for Mayhem 2010
Right before Korn starts their headline set on Mayhem 2010, Rob Zombie will take the stage to enthrall the masses with a mix of industrial-tinged rock and B-horror movie theatrics. For Zombie, being a musician means staying true to the same artistic vision he's had since he founded White Zombie with some fellow students at Pratt college 25 years ago...
Rob Zombie Happy With ‘Old-School Approach’ of New Record Label
Rob Zombie was with Geffen Records for 18 years and suddenly made the switch to Roadrunner's Loud & Proud for his new album, 'Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool.' So far so good, says the guy who sold about 15 million albums with his former label, as a solo artist and former band, White Zombie. "...
Don’t Ask Rob Zombie the Meaning of His New Album Title
Rob Zombie put out two albums after his 1998 solo debut, 'Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International.' So why is his new album, 'Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls And The Systematic Dehumanization of Cool' considered the follow-up, even though his last album was 2006's 'Educated Horses'...
Rob Zombie Won’t Ever Play Some Songs Live
Don't count on ever hearing more than three or four songs from Rob Zombie's new album ever played live -- and he won't be rotating them, either. "There are songs on there that we will never play live," Zombie tells Noisecreep. He hits the road for a limited time with Alice Cooper in Canada, April 26 to May 4 for the so-called Gruesome Twosome Tour...

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