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Rob Zombie: Monster of Rock

By Steven Daly

Steven Daly

R ob Zombie and his band clamber aboard their tour bus, blissfully unaware of the fake cobwebs clinging to their sweat-plastered foreheads. This dark fraternity has just brought Philadelphia’s Tower Theater to its knees with a crypt-kicking showcase for Hellbilly Deluxe , the platinum-plus solo debut from the former White Zombie ringmaster. The new Zombie spectacle is an electroboogie burlesque that throws a 10,000-volt switch on the nightmare gallery of one of rock’s truly obsessive – and obsessively guarded – personalities.

The Zombiemobile glides eastward with in-flight entertainment of a suitably sanguineous sort: a video compilation of highlights from obscure Italian zombie flicks, German soft-porn variants and American genre classics like Dawn of the Dead. The heckling starts the moment the first hollow-eyed mutant lurches forth: “Hey, look – Billy Corgan!” It’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 in leather pants.

At the back of the bus stands Rob Zombie , looking over his new brood and beaming like a proud father. “This has been the most work I’ve ever put in, and it’s by far the most fun I’ve ever had,” says the singer, whose imperious profile and silver-streaked dreadlocks suggest a wise Rastafarian of Appalachian descent. “It took thirteen years and a million tries, but I feel like I’ve finally found the perfect combination of people.”

“Blaskooo! Let’s get it awwwnnn!” howls Bronx-born drummer John Tempesta, the only other White Zombie survivor present. Bassman “Blasko” Nicholson slings Tempesta a cold one and dispenses Jaegermeister to the needy. His bartending gig is a demanding one – the tour drinking game dictates that one must imbibe each time blood is spilled onscreen.

Z ombie will get little sleep tonight, but tomorrow promises a day off. Of sorts. First there’s a seven-hour photo shoot in Yonkers, New York, and then a Manhattan recording session for Powerman 5000, a rising combo led by Zombie’s brother, Mike Cummings (Spider to his fans). After that there’s just enough time for a wee-hours visit to a downtown strip club. There is, it would seem, no rest for the professionally wicked.

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For most of his conscious life, Rob Zombie has been in restless pursuit of . . . something better. “I would always get really mad whenever anybody told me something was good – nothing was ever good enough for me,” says the man born Robert Cummings thirty-three years ago in Haverhill, Massachusetts. “I remember entering these drawing contests at the local public library as a kid and winning. Then I’d look at my work and say, ‘This sucks!’ And I would destroy it. My more would always say, ‘If you don’t cheer up, I’ll send you to a psychiatrist.’ Teachers always asked me, ‘How come you hate everything?’ That was the catch phrase of my life.

“When White Zombie albums were finished, I’d immediately go, ‘That record sucks!’ And I’d never listen to it again. I guess trying to make the perfect record is an endless quest – but I find that people that are always happy with what they do tend to do crap work.”

Complacency rarely clouded Rob Zombie’s childhood in Haverhill, a down-at-the-heels burg that was once a shoe-industry stronghold. “There wasn’t a movie theater or a record store in town,” Zombie recalls. “The number-one thing was cemeteries. As a little kid, you’d play baseball or football there; older kids would carve ‘Black Sabbath’ into gravestones and light things on fire. When we finally got a McDonald’s, I was like, ‘Let’s have a parade!'”

Both Rob and sole sibling Mike found refuge in constant communion with the family television. In his elementary-school years, Zombie routinely memorized an entire week’s TV schedule. When he told one teacher that he watched eight hours of TV per day, she thought he was joking. He was not. “I’d watch everything,” he says, “starting with the crop reports at 5:30 in the morning. My saddest moment was when that flag came up at the end of the night, right before the station signed off. Oh, how the tears would flow!”

Zombie still fills his every waking – and dreaming – hour with television, whether he’s relaxing in a hotel room or slaving over a hot remix. He sees TV as a creative tool, citing Munsters repeats as inspiration for the custom-car cacophony of his hit single “Dragula.” “Demonoid Phenomenon” and “Spookshow Baby” can presumably be attributed to Zombie’s confessed weakness for The Jenny Jones Show.

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This media-junkie stuff is all very charming coming from a quirky, gifted and properly indulged pop star. But try that crap as a faceless small-town kid and you’re practically begging for a wedgie. “Rob and I didn’t get along with too many people,” says Mike Cummings, who was virtually his brother’s best friend despite being two years his junior. “Some mornings we had to fight our way onto the school bus.” Things didn’t get any easier around 1981, when Mike turned Rob on to Minor Threat-era hardcore bands and they gave each other “wacky” haircuts.

The brothers spent a lot of time in the Haverhill High art room, where teachers encouraged their budding imaginations. At home the boys’ furniture-maker dad adopted a surprisingly indulgent attitude toward his sons’ outre pursuits. “It’s not like our parents really pushed us,” says Mike with a hint of puzzlement. “Dad didn’t stand behind us going, ‘Push yourself – you have to be the best!'” So Rob and Mike just submerged deeper into their own world.

“The two of us would go see a movie and have to know everything about the actors, writer and director,” says Mike. “I remember taping Jaws off HBO with a little tape recorder, and Rob sometimes filmed the TV with a Super 8 camera.

“For a long time, I wondered, ‘What is the point of all this useless information that we have?’ But I think that it’s totally paying off now.”

R ob Zombie’s old art teachers would surely be impressed by the Hellbilly Deluxe tour stage set. It’s a towering edifice that resembles a whole city block from some noirish anime comic; each metallic skull, mangled gargoyle and Gothic appurtenance was conceived and drawn by Rob Zombie himself. “Every little kid draws,” says Zombie with a shrug. “It’s just that I never gave up.” When he’s required to explain himself, his gruff, laconic tone turns to that of a put-upon teen, complete with implied eye roll.

Zombie spent more than $100,000 to have his sketched-out ideas built by a Hollywood special-effects team. Even if the Hellbilly tour continues to sell out venues nationwide, it is at best a break-even proposition.

Rob Zombie cares little for the bottom line at this particular moment – the newly emancipated thirty-three-year-old is hellbent on the proper execution of his maximalist vision, to the smallest detail. It is, you see, a matter of ideology. Because nothing makes the Zombie blood boil like the tendency among contemporary rock stars to strike anti-performance poses in front of paying customers. “I don’t understand how it became hip to act like you don’t care,” says Zombie. “It reminds me of when it was cool to be dumb at school – it’s a bizarre sickness.

“Stuff was more mysterious back when I was a kid,” he continues. “If they’d told me Gene Simmons or Alice Cooper were from Mars, I’d have said, ‘That’s cool!’ Now all the mystery’s gone. Nobody wants to go to an amusement park and take a two-hour course on how the roller coaster works.”

T hree thousand jaws drop in disbelief when the curtains part at New York’s Roseland Ballroom to reveal the cyber-Goth glory of Zombietown. Mouths remain agape as Rob Zombie’s three-piece band launches its unhinged assault on the Hellbilly stomper “Superbeast,” skidding across the proscenium like men possessed. One of them looks like a gravedigger on crystal meth; another could be a Confederate soldier exhumed one moonless night.

Outsize video screens spew forth every sick-kitsch image that has haunted Zombie since childhood: A-bombs, dragsters, vampires, pinups, rocket ships, biblical hellfire, billowing Stars and Stripes, and sundry icons of evil.

Enter our Zombie in chief, a springheeled cadaver with all-white eyes and a pyrotechnic halo. He dazzles the faithful with a shamanistic two-step and scours their souls with guttural entreaties. “Pray so hard on bloody knees,” Zombie growls. “Bound the dead triumphantly.”

In White Zombie’s heretical heyday, the band drew Christian-right salvos with this sort of big-beat blasphemy. The solo Rob Zombie just wanted to make the beat a little bigger. So he sought out a few bad men who’d work at his “certain level of excellence” – that is, with the same high standards to which he holds himself.

Then again, the Hellbilly draft process had its random elements. Co-producer Scott Humphrey, for instance, was a friend and neighbor of a Zombie associate. Humphrey, a clean-cut California dude who has produced and engineered for Mötley Crüe and Metallica , looks like an unlikely partner of the Undead One, but Zombie knew what he was doing. The sonic polish on Hellbilly Deluxe scarcely diminishes the record’s essential Zombieness. For Zombiephiles, it must be like seeing a favorite TV series turned into a decent movie.

New cast members were found not among the ranks of shopworn industry hirelings but in obscure branches of the Zombie family tree. Blasko Nicholson, a distant cousin, was languishing in anonymous L.A. outfits before the Hellbilly mission. Guitarist “Riggs” Robinson was hunting squirrels on a fifty-five-acre family compound in Arkansas and working in a boat factory. Now here he is, strutting before adoring multitudes and slashing at a hollow guitar full of red liquid.

The other night, Riggs plucked the cork from his instrument and quaffed freely the fake blood within. Then he barred over the front row. Colleagues mutter about Riggs’ little eccentricities, which include an ever-expanding knife collection. Dancer Sherry “Kitty” Moon (Zombie’s current paramour) informs your Rolling Stone reporter, “Last night on the bus, Riggs said he was going to kill you.”

Bringing such a raw recruit along on one’s Major Solo Debut Tour might appear perverse, but the end product again proves that Rob Zombie’s instincts are his greatest asset. While fellow larger-than-lifers Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson use their considerable wits to unerringly tickle the media’s G spot, Zombie cuts out the middleman, delivering his soft-core thrills with the hard-core conviction of the eternal fan. This may be part of the reason that White Zombie’s 1995 album, Astro-Creep: 2000 , has sold twice as many copies (nearly 3 million) as Hole’s Live Through This or Manson’s Antichrist Superstar .

Live, the new Zombie machine fires most efficiently on the bone-crunching MTV hit “Dragula.” Pyrotechnics and video overkill swathe two giant robots, which thwack out martial rhythms on huge metallic drums; on platforms twenty feet above, Zombie’s two go-go girls gyrate. In the background, flashes of the song’s video prove that Zombie appreciates the light side of the dark side – at one point he and his spooky accomplices do a Night at the Roxbury head bob.

I t was TV that first illuminated the morbid mental recesses that Rob Zombie now mines so profitably. Late-night creature features led to obscure midnight screenings in Boston, after which he’d walk the streets until the morning train home. “It seemed so cool,” he says. “Like your whole life depended on it.”

Zombie worshiped the whacked-out, low-budget efforts of Ed Wood and James Whale and the seditious camp of Roger Corman and Russ Meyer. He’d been primed for such obsession at an early age.

“Certain things burned heavy impressions on me back then,” Zombie says. “I remember seeing Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory , and I was so young, I thought it was all real. By the time I was old enough to know that it wasn’t, I figured, ‘Well, why can’t it be?’ I guess I never lost my fascination for anything that I immediately liked as a kid. I’ll never forget the first time I went to Disneyland – I thought, ‘Oh, my God! I have to make my life like this!’ I always told my parents that I’d never work.”

Zombie’s labor-averse philosophy failed to impress New York’s Parsons School of Design, which cast him out into the work force after a few seasons of poor grades and attendance. He landed a string of jobs to grace the resume of any future rocker: bike messenger, production assistant on Pee-wee’s Playhouse and art director for pore magazines (Zombie completists should seek out late-Eighties issues of Over 40 and Tail End ).

At night, Zombie haunted the legendary CBGB, where he grew increasingly dissatisfied with the anemic post-hardcore contenders parading before him. “After going to shows for a couple years, I couldn’t believe how god-awful every band was,” he says. “It just became obvious to me that any idiot could do this.” So Zombie formed a group in his very own image, an image that, he says, has remained the same since he was old enough to grow a decent set of whiskers.

Named after a 1932 horror classic, White Zombie welded Rob’s beloved schlock-shock aesthetic onto lurid neometal. “We were too metal for the N.Y. artsy-fartsy scene but too artsy for the metal scene,” he says.

One early White Zombie supporter was influential fanzinc editor Gerard Cosloy, an East Village neighbor of Rob’s and his then girlfriend and bass player Scan Yseult. “Rob always had a fully realized idea of what he wanted,” remembers Cosloy, now a co-owner of the post-indie label Matador Records. “White Zombie were an intelligent group – it was always meant to be larger than life, not some insular, weirdo punk-rock thing. But, then again, I don’t know anybody who’d have predicted that Rob Zombie would end up a hero to every fucked-up teenage kid in America.”

White Zombie lumbered on through adversity and neglect, eventually building a strong following with indie releases and punishing road work. In 1991 the band scored a Geffen Records contract that – with support from tastemakers Howard Stern and Beavis and Butt-head – turned it into a reliable platinum commodity. But “reliable” wasn’t what Rob Zombie got into this business for; “reliable” wasn’t going to get him that personal Disneyland he’d always dreamed of. So Zombie abruptly called time on White Zombie after AstroCreep: 2000 . “We hit a wall,” he states. “I don’t want to have ideas for things that can’t be done just because other people aren’t into it. And I didn’t want to make records for money, which is what it would have turned into.”

White Zombie co-founder Yseult was informed of Zombie’s decision by conference call. Even so, she bears no ill will toward her former partner. “Rob is definitely driven,” she says. “He has a vision, and he gets it done, and there’s a lot to be said for that.”

Yseult is speaking from a small Oklahoma City club, where she’s performing with her new all-girl band, Famous Monsters (which she describes as “Josie and the Pussycats meet the Munsters”). “I definitely don’t want to do anything as serious or grueling as White Zombie again,” she vows. “But it was great while it lasted – I had a blast.”

Rob Zombie pleads ignorance about the current fortunes of any former colleagues. And just in case you suspect that there’s any mushy nostalgia hidden behind that gnarled exterior, he adds, “I could give a crap what anyone’s doing.”

I f Rob Zombie had his druthers, he would not be involved in music at all today. In the wake of White Zombie’s demise, Rob was commissioned to write and direct the third installment in the Gothhorror franchise The Crow – even though his only previous celluloid credit was conceiving the acid-trip sequence in the Beavis and Butt-head movie.

“Listen,” Zombie says, “I don’t see directing a movie as any different from anything else. The thing that gives me the confidence to do stuff is when you meet the other people that are doing it. You think, ‘Jesus Christ, if that retard can do it . . . ‘”

Rob Zombie reserves a special animus for the teen-horror flicks that have lately dominated the multiplexes. “I finally checked out the first Scream , after much protest,” he says. “And I couldn’t believe what I was seeing! What is this? Some kind of wink-wink, nudge-nudge Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys mystery?!” Zombie’s voice rises in Beavis-esque indignation: “I was like, ‘This film sucks so bad – I want my money back!’ I want to like new stuff, but it’s always crap. It seems as if anything made past 1985 is hopeless.”

Zombie nurtured The Crow 3 through two years of rewrites before walking away in frustration. “There were too many cooks in the kitchen,” says Zombie. “Nobody knew what they wanted all they wanted was a hit, and nobody knows what a hit is. It’s usually the exact movie that nobody wants to make.”

He still intends to make his big-screen statement. And he’ll likely expand his empire further by updating the White Zombie comic book that Marvel developed a few years back. But it was the need to recoup the “pile of money” he’d lost on The Crow 3 that led Zombie to return to an arena where he can rule with a whim of iron. He launched into a frenzy of creativity, whipping up the Hellbilly Deluxe album, plus all the attendant graphics and videos and stage sets and costumes. Fortunately for Zombie, his old constituency was ravenous for his new incarnation.

None are more ravenous than the well-groomed ladies who linger outside Rob Zombie’s dressing rooms at New York’s Roseland. While they wait for a glimpse of their hero, these music lovers can at least eye Tommy Lee, amateur porn star, pop-metal survivor and improbable guest drummer on a couple of Hellbilly tracks. (Lee had been staying at the house of Scott Humphrey after he got out of jail for assaulting his ex-wife, Pamela Anderson. “At that point, it was so great just to go and play music,” Lee says.)

No other celebrities grace Rob Zombie’s inner sanctum, and no old-time New York pals are there to greet him. “All my friends are on this tour,” says Zombie, who admits that his isolationist tendencies breed misperceptions about him. “People don’t really know what I’m like. They seem to think that in order to do what I do, you’d have to be sooo fucked up on drugs all the time. But I’ve always found that people who are fucked up on drugs don’t produce much of anything.”

In other words, Zombie is as much an outsider among rock-business contemporaries as he was among his peers at Haverhill High. Which was well illustrated when he withdrew from Korn’s summer ’98 Family Values outing because the Zombietown set simply proved impractical for a package tour. Industry gossip, however, insisted that it was Rob Zombie’s ego that was unwieldy. (The gossips should note that a Zombie-Korn tour is now set for February.)

“At this point nothing really bugs me,” he says with a touch of weariness. “Everything I love was slagged at the time it came out, from Roger Corman to Alice Cooper to Black Sabbath – no one gave a shit about it until so far after the fact. If all of a sudden I was a critics’ darling, I’d be wondering what I did wrong.”

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On the sidewalk outside, dozens of sweat-drenched fans line up in testament to the triumph of Zombie’s ruggedly individualist work-as-play ethos. Every one of these grateful Zombie victims knows that he’s just ridden the last E-ticket ride in rock. And that is all the reward this clean-living Antichrist, trash-purist control freak seeks for sharing his childhood nightmares with the world.

This story is from the February 4th, 1999 issue of Rolling Stone.

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Rob Zombie is an American musician, film director, screenwriter and film producer best known as a founding member of White Zombie.

Rob grew up in Haverhill, Massachusetts and had an obsession with horror films from a young age and stated that he always "wanted to be Alice Cooper, Steven Spielberg, Bela Lugosi, and Stan Lee". His parents worked in the carnival trade, so Rob had a taste of the eccentric from the very beginning however they decided to leave after a riot broke out in the tents one evening. Rob co-founded the band that would become known as White Zombie with his girlfriend at the time Sean Yseult. Zombie's music heavily draws influence from classic horror films and suspense films. He has listed Alice Cooper, KISS, Queen, and Elton John as some of his influences growing up.

White Zombie self released their first LP 'Soul-Crusher' in 1987 and followed this in 1989 with 'Make Them Die Slowly', neither release earned the band any commercial success. Undeterred, the band continued to record material and their first hit single came in the form of 'Thunder Kiss '65' which was featured on popular MTV show 'Beavis & Butt-head'. Their next album 'La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol.1' was a commercial success in both the US and Canada and has now sold over two million copies. White Zombie ended on a high with their final album 'Astro-Creep: 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head' which charted within the top 10 of the US album charts.

Rob had already begun writing solo material before the band's break up and his LP 'Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales Of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside The Spookshow International' was released in 1998. It was a commercial hit, peaking at number 5 on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 121,000 overshadowing any of White Zombie's previous releases. All five of Rob's solo efforts have charted top 10 in the States and three are certified gold selling. Rob has pursued a number of other media outlets over his career, he has done voice over work in films including 'Slither', 'Super' and 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' and has directed 'Halloween' and 'The Lord Of Salem'.

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A Rob Zombie concert isn’t just about the music, it’s about the presentation! RZ puts on a SHOW! In the past there have been pyrotechnics and giant video monitors.

I’ve seen RZ 10 times total and no show has ever disappointed. He is just as awesome outdoors at Rock on the Range in Columbus, OH in front of 30,000 as indoors in Sioux City, IA at a much smaller indoor venue. Shows vary, depending on RZ’s current album.

Obviously the songs changed from MARS NEEDS WOMEN when VENOMOUS RAT came out. I loved the JESUS FRANKENSTEIN opening a couple years ago, but TEENAGED NOSFERATU explodes when RZ has opened his shows in 2013. The only downside is RZ can’t play ALL of the songs you love. Hits like SUPERBEAST, DRAGULA, LIVING DEAD GIRL, MORE HUMAN THAN HUMAN, PUSSY LIQUOR, THUNDER KISS ’65, NEVER GONNA STOP, MEET THE CREEPER and SICK BUBBLEGUM are played at every concert. Most recently TEENAGED NOSFERATU, WE’RE AN AMERICAN BAND, and DEAD CITY RADIO have been making the cut.

The showmanship is awesome to behold. RZ dances around, taunts his robots, shoots fire bursts into the air and enters the audience. Even if you know he’s coming RZ manages to just appear among his fans. Just try and keep up and snap his picture. Guitarist JOHN 5 and Bassist PIGGY D are electrifying in their makeup and costumes and are two of the sweetest guys in metal. I saw them interact with fans at the RZ tent in Chicago last year and you could not ask for more fan friendly band members.

I got the chance to meet RZ and the band and have my photo taken with them at the Sioux City show last November. SO worth it if you get the opportunity. RZ concerts are always high energy. I love RZ! My absolute favorite show was the TWINS OF EVIL tour he did with MARYLIN MANSON. I wish they would do that again. You need to experience ROB ZOMBIE!

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Write your review of Rob Zombie here... I'm a huge fan of Rob Zombie's live performances. I've been fortunate enough to see Mr Zombie numerous times on many different stages. This show at the City National Civic in San Jose was a great show! The show started with Rob Zombie's drummer Gingerfish as the opening act DJ. He spun a variety of non traditional records from The Ramone's "Sedated" to Motley Crues "Live Wire" while parading around in a robe as if he were a Tom Cruise sliding across the floor to. Bob Segar's "old time rock n roll". Something I've never seen before at a show and I've been to a lot. Zombie and crew came out swinging as usual. I was happy to see them in full costume. The bands energy level was up high and on mark. He did all the classics like "living dead girl", "Dragula", "superbeast" and the White Zombie staples "Thunderkiss 65" and "More Human than Human". I only wish he would add back "super charger Heaven" which is one of the best guitar intro's ever made. The stage lighting is fantastic. Rob is a showman who feeds off the energy of his crowd and he was on full throttle last night. John 5 is a phenomenal guitar player who was flawless as he was shredding through the catalogue of songs. If you haven't seem him you should. They are one of the premier acts to see live. A very unique experience. It's always nice to see him indoors like at the City National Civic. I just feel it is a better platform for the type of show they do. I highly recommend the experience. He's a perfectionist who takes pride in his craft.

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If you EVER get a chance to see Rob Zombie and band "LIVE" GO or your going to hate yourself !!!

I've been to many shows over the years and this show blew me away!!


You know you where at a GREAT SHOW when all you want is "MORE"!! GIVE ME MORE!!

AND THEY DID!!Rob and the BAND SMOKED THE STAGE RIGHT FROM THE START!! Rob took the time to talk to SCREAMIN FANS!!He made us all feel like we where part of the show! What more would you want from your ROCKSTAR!!

JOHN 5 AND PIGGY D put their all into this show. And let us not forget "GINGERFISH" and his drum "SOLO!!!!And his DJ opening act that started the crowd in the mood for things to come!!

All in all one ""BADASS"" show!!!



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Rob Zombie should I say more! He always puts a great show to work, he entertains everyone with his awesome singing and kick ass venues. They couldn't have picked a better place for the tribute to Johnny and Tommy Ramone. Hollywood all star cemetery. First time going there and it was stupendous! Bravo to everyone who played also and sang the Ramones songs. I can't believe Billy Idol was one of the few singers that also sang for the Ramones tribute pure epicness. Special Guest Johnny Depp was there also! It was a great experience, it really captured a sense of tribute, seeing how many people support the old school band it will always live on. Rob Zombie hosted an excellent show and I can't wait to see him once again to rock out to all his songs. Rob Zombie is one hell of an artist , every show is just one epic night.

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The show at the Rave/Eagle's Club in Milwaukee was the best concert I've ever been to! He played for an hour and a half and kept leaving and coming back on stage with new costumes. He played all great songs and kept the crowd going. Girls were flashing and taking off their clothes! At one point a girl threw her bra on stage and the guitarist wore it on his head for a little bit. Rob Zombie also let the crowd carry him for a bit! It was epic! There was tons of crowd surfing, head banging, and just all around a good time! Don't miss out on an opportunity to see these guys EVER!

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Rob Zombie killed yet another show last night. Every time I see his show it is a that my voice will be gone. What make his concerts even better for me is taking my son to his shows. I think he was hooked the from the start of his very first zombie concert. Pop Evil did a great job warming up the crowd, and Disturbed put on such a great concert, but there is a good reason I have been a Zombie fan since 1992. Rob Zombie has to be on of the great live concert performers of all time. If you haven't had a chance to see him perform treat yourself to a great show.

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Saw Rob Zombie at Hellfest 2014 and that was a treat. When you find it on the internet, they have a 29min. clip of the performance and you're only seeing half of his show. I genuinely enjoyed the performance because he was funny, entertaining (dancing around, cracking jokes, walking the barriers), and the music was amazing. Combine the rest of the band who are stars in their own right and you have a show I was disappointed wasn't one of the headliners \m/

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I had tickets 3 other times to see Rob since 1994. Something always happened and I didn't get to the shows. Unfortunately he didn't live up to my expectations. His vocals were not great and the guitarist seemed a little off as well. THe stage show and videos were good. He was not bad but he wasn't as good as expected, and playing after Korn had a killer show just made him look worse. 22 years of waiting and all I can do is :(

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Rob Zombie I'm pretty sure has reached the point beyond legendary. His fans are some of the most loyal fans you will ever see. Yes, Zombie is getting older but he still puts on a heck of a show. But because he is getting older, he cannot sing like he used too. Now he sort of speaks the words to the songs and the fans do the rest. But no matter what happens at one of his shows, it is still a beyond legendary performance.

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Third time seeing both Rob Zombie and Korn ... Both were a power packed Adrenaline rush of heavy riffs and super strength vocals that can only make you thankful you came and leaving you wanting more !!! I was on my toes jumping and enjoying : Each and Every second !! The entire concert Rocked with Passion and Dreads !!!

I will see them both again - No Doubt !!!

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Rob Zombie + Alice Cooper Announce 2024 Tour With Ministry + Filter

Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper are teaming up for a 2024 tour that promises to be one of the more stacked lineups of the year, with Ministry and Filter set to open shows.

It's a powerhouse lineup indeed for two of shock rock's biggest icons. Cooper's music and antics have earned him a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, while Zombie has picked up the mantle providing one of the more eye-catching live performances in heavy music.

Fittingly dubbed the "Freaks on Parade" tour, this is a continuation of their previous touring collaboration. In total, the trek will hit 21 cities across the U.S., kicking off on Tuesday, Aug. 20 at Albquerque's Isleta Amphitheater. The tour runs for nearly a month, wrapping up at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. All dates, cities and venues can be viewed below.

READ MORE: Rob Zombie Recalls Early Experience Working on 'Pee-Wee's Playhouse'

Tickets for the run will start with a Citi and artist pre-sale beginning this Tuesday (Jan. 30). Additional pre-sales will run through the week ahead of the general public on-sale that starts this Friday (Feb. 2) at 10AM local time via Live Nation .

Rob Zombie / Alice Cooper 2024 "Freaks on Parade" Tour

Freaks on parade 2024 tour dates: rob zombie, alice cooper, ministry + filter.

Aug. 20 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater Aug. 22 – West Valley City, Utah @ Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre Aug. 24 – Lincoln, Neb. @ Pinnacle Bank Arena ^^ Aug. 25 – St. Paul, Minn. @ Xcel Energy Center Aug. 27 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ American Family Insurance Amphitheater - Summerfest Grounds Aug. 28 – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio @ Blossom Music Center Aug. 30 – Clarkston, Mich. @ Pine Knob Music Theatre Aug. 31 – Noblesville, Ind. @ Ruoff Music Center Sept. 01 – Maryland Heights, Mo. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Sept. 03 – Burgettstown, Pa. @ The Pavilion at Star Lake Sept. 04 – Syracuse, N.Y. @ Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview Sept. 06 – Mansfield, Mass. @ Xfinity Center Sept. 07 – Holmdel, N.J. @ PNC Bank Arts Center Sept. 08 – Camden, N.J. @ Freedom Mortgage Pavilion Sept. 10 – Bristow, Va. @ Jiffy Lube Live Sept. 11 – Charlotte, N.C. @ PNC Music Pavilion Sept. 12 – Alpharetta, Ga. @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Sept. 14 – Austin, Texas @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater Sept. 15 – The Woodlands, Texas @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Sept. 17 – Rogers, Ark. @ Walmart AMP Sept. 18 – Fort Worth, Texas @ Dickies Arena

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Rob Zombie And Alice Cooper Announce Freaks On Parade Tour 2023

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Tickets on sale starting friday, february 3rd at 10am local on  .

Today, Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper announced the 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour . Following a very successful run last summer, Rob Zombie is at it again. This year he joins forces with the “godfather of Shock Rock” Alice Cooper who promises to bring his signature style of macabre rock on tour. Rounding out the line-up are industrial pioneers Ministry and eclectic alternative rock act Filter . 

Produced by Live Nation, the 19-city run kicks off Thursday, August 24th in Dallas at Dos Equis Pavilion, with stops across North America in Virginia Beach, Toronto, Nashville, Anaheim and more before wrapping up on Sunday, September 24th in Phoenix at Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre. 

TICKETS: Tickets go on sale starting Friday, February 3rd at 10am local time on . 

PRESALE: Citi is the official card of the 2023 Freaks on Parade tour. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, January 31st at 10am local time until Thursday, February 2nd at 10pm local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit .  


Thu Aug 24 –  Dallas, TX –  Dos Equis Pavilion 

Sat Aug 26 –  Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre 

Sun Aug 27 – West Palm Beach, FL –  iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre 

Tue Aug 29 –  Raleigh, NC –  Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek 

Wed Aug 30 – Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater 

Fri Sep 01 –  Tinley Park, IL –  Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 

Sat Sep 02 –  Des Moines, IA –  Wells Fargo Arena 

Tue Sep 05 – Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre 

Wed Sep 06 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage 

Fri Sep 08 – Scranton, PA – The Pavilion at Montage Mountain 

Sat Sep 09 – Wantagh, NY – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater 

Sun Sep 10 – Hartford, CT – The XFINITY Theatre 

Tue Sep 12 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena 

Sat Sep 16 – Englewood, CO – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre * 

Tue Sep 19 – Ridgefield, WA – RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater 

Wed Sep 20 – Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheatre 

Fri Sep 22 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion 

Sat Sep 23 – Anaheim, CA – Honda Center 

Sun Sep 24 – Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre 

*Non-Live Nation Date 


As a rock icon and filmmaker with a unique vision, Rob Zombie has continuously challenged audiences as he stretches the boundaries of both music and film. He has sold over 15 million albums worldwide, and is the only artist to experience unprecedented success in both music and film as the writer/director of eight feature films with a worldwide gross totaling more than $150 million. Each of Rob Zombie’s 7 solo studio albums have debuted in the top 10 on Billboard’s 200 chart, including his most recent album, The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse, in 2021. Zombie is an 8-time Grammy nominee, with his most recent nomination for Best Metal Performance at the 2022 awards. Rob Zombie has proved an undeniable box office success throughout his career. His ninth feature film, The Munsters, released in September 2022. 

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Alice Cooper pioneered a grandly theatrical brand of hard rock that was designed to shock. Drawing equally from horror movies, vaudeville, and garage rock, the group created a stage show that featured electric chairs, guillotines, fake blood and boa constrictors. Alice Cooper brings his own brand of rock psycho-drama to fans both old and new, enjoying it as much as the audience does. Twenty-plus years into the new millennium, Cooper is always very productive and busy, touring worldwide year-in and year-out while also writing, recording and releasing new albums like 2021’s “Detroit Stories,” which entered the Billboard Album chart at #1, and finishing up TWO new albums planned for 2023, while also continuing to do his nightly “Nights With Alice Cooper” syndicated radio show. 

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Rob Zombie Concert Setlists: What to Expect at the Freaks on Parade Tour

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The Spookshow International comes back to haunt North America as Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper revive their co-headlining Freaks on Parade Tour for a second consecutive year. Rob Zombie initially launched the titular thrilling and theatrical trek with Mudvayne in 2022, but he will be joined once again by his influential longtime collaborator and partner-in-darkness, along with returning 2023 tour lineup openers Filter and Ministry .

Despite Rob Zombie’s most recent album, The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy arriving in 2021, the setlist for the upcoming shock rock horrorfest is sure to have plenty of surprises lurking at every show. His latest North American trek runs for over 20 dates, kicking off on August 20 in Albuquerque, New Mexico and wrapping in late September.

Below, dig through the ditches of Rob Zombie’s tour history and burn through an average setlist before slamming in the back of his Freaks on Parade 2024 Tour this summer.

Rob Zombie Tour Stats

Current tour: Freaks on Parade Tour (2022–2024)

Set time: On the 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour, Rob Zombie usually went on stage between 9:40 and 9:50 p.m., though set times vary.

Length of average Rob Zombie show: 1 hour (on the 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour)

Past tours:

  • Hellbilly Deluxe Tour (1998–1999)
  • Rock Is Dead Tour  (with Korn ) (1999)
  • Merry Mayhem Tour (with Ozzy Osbourne ) (2001)
  • The Sinister Urge Tour (2002)
  • American Witch Tour (2006)
  • Educated Horses Tour (2006–2008)
  • Hellbilly Deluxe 2 World Tour (2009–2012)
  • The Gruesome Twosome (with Alice Cooper ) (2010)
  • Hell On Earth Tour (with Slayer ) (2011)
  • Twins of Evil Tour (with Marilyn Manson )  (2012)
  • Night of the Living Dreads (with Korn ) (2013)
  • Return of the Dreads (with Korn ) (2016)
  • Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour (with Marilyn Manson ) (2018)
  • Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour (with Marilyn Manson ) (2019)
  • Freaks on Parade (with Mudvayne and Alice Cooper ) (2022–2024)

Rob Zombie Discography:

  • Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International (1998)
  • American Made Music to Strip By (1999)
  • The Sinister Urge (2001)
  • Educated Horses (2006)
  • Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool (2010)
  • Mondo Sex Head (2012)
  • Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor (2013)
  • The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser (2016)
  • The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy (2021)

Rob Zombie’s Popular Songs:

  • “Living Dead Girl”
  • “Superbeast”
  • “Feel So Numb”
  • “Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)”

Rob Zombie’s Recent Opening Acts:

  • Powerman 5000

Rob Zombie Concert Setlist Info

Rob Zombie has continued to keep fans on the edge of their seats with two completely unique setlists between the two previous runs of the Freaks on Parade Tour . Although his 2022 performances featured mainstay covers of The Beatles (“Helter Skelter”) and Ramones (“Blitzkrieg Bop”), the 2023 successor strictly focused on original material aside from the can’t-miss hits from his White Zombie days, “Thunder Kiss ‘65” and “More Human than Human.”

Elsewhere in 2023, Rob Zombie unearthed deep cuts like “Meet the Creeper” from his 1998 debut Hellbilly Deluxe as well as “Demon Speeding” and “Scum of the Earth” from 2001’s The Sinister Urge . As for the singer’s more recent fare, the 2020 single “The Triumph of King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition)” and “Shake Your Ass – Smoke Your Grass” have become electrifying additions to live shows.

Find an average Rob Zombie setlist from his 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour below. Also, be sure to check back as soon as the 2024 tour begins in August to see updated setlist information.

Rob Zombie’s 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour Setlist:

  • The Triumph of King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition)
  • Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown
  • Feel So Numb
  • Well, Everybody’s Fucking in a U.F.O.
  • What Lurks on Channel X?
  • Demonoid Phenomenon
  • The Lords of Salem
  • House of 1000 Corpses
  • Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)
  • Living Dead Girl
  • More Human Than Human (White Zombie song)
  • Thunder Kiss ’65 (White Zombie song)


How to Get Tickets for Rob Zombie Concerts

Rob Zombie tickets for the Freaks on Parade 2024 Tour are available via Ticketmaster. Standard Tickets are still available for many dates.

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Isleta Amphitheater | Albuquerque, NM

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Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre (formerly USANA Amp) | West Valley City, UT

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Pinnacle Bank Arena | Lincoln, NE

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American Family Insurance Amphitheater - Summerfest Grounds | Milwaukee, WI

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Pine Knob Music Theatre | Clarkston, MI

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Ruoff Music Center | Noblesville, IN

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Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - St. Louis, MO | Maryland Heights, MO

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The Pavilion at Star Lake | Burgettstown, PA

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Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview | Syracuse, NY

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Xfinity Center | Mansfield, MA

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PNC Bank Arts Center | Holmdel, NJ

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Freedom Mortgage Pavilion | Camden, NJ

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Jiffy Lube Live | Bristow, VA

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PNC Music Pavilion | Charlotte, NC

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Ameris Bank Amphitheatre | Alpharetta, GA

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Germania Insurance Amphitheater | Austin, TX

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The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman | Woodlands, TX

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Walmart AMP | Rogers, AR

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Grand Sierra Theatre, Reno, Nevada

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Guitarist Chris Howorth of the Southern California-based band IN THIS MOMENT — which is currently on the road as the opening act for OZZY OSBOURNE and ROB ZOMBIE — has issued the following update:

" Jesse , Blake and I flew to Seattle the night before the first show and went right to a Days Inn motel and crashed, we all woke up excited and ready to get to the venue [the KeyArena]. We were blow away as we entered the back area of the arena and saw Ozzy and Zombie 's massive stage set-up spread out in this huge arena. It was so surreal. The backstage area was massive — we had two dressing rooms with showers! Our tour bus was due to arrive after soundcheck and the whole band is so excited to see this thing (it was getting wrapped with a big advertisement or something). Our soundcheck was awesome, everything is done 100% pro on this tour, the Ozzy and Zombie crew are true professionals, so everything runs according to plan. The bus arrived and blew us all away; it had this huge mural of us on the sides, we couldn't believe it. We've been in a crappy van and a cramped RV all year and none of us have homes, this bus is so awesome to us! The whole day is like a dream. Here we are in an arena starting our tour with Ozzy , and we get to do this for threemonths!

"The show went off great we played to about 9,000 people and even though they were spread out, everyone in the crowd seemed to really enjoy the show. After getting cleaned up and chilling out for a minute we watched Zombie destroy the place; what a show! And then Ozzy played to a packed house for two hours! It was so amazing! We get to do this for three months! It's unbelievable!"

A new e-card is now available that features an all-new photo gallery, the exclusive radio remix and acoustic version of IN THIS MOMENT 's "Beautiful Tragedy" , the video clips for "Beautiful Tragedy" and "Prayer" , wallpapers, MySpace banners and current tour itinerary. Click here to check it out.

IN THIS MOMENT 's debut album, "Beautiful Tragedy" ( Century Media Records ),has sold over 30,000 copies in the United States since its March 20, 2007 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan .

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  • The current local time in Elektrostal is 25 minutes ahead of apparent solar time.

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  • Location: Moscow Oblast, Russia
  • Latitude: 55.79. Longitude: 38.46
  • Population: 144,000

Best restaurants in Elektrostal

  • #1 Tolsty medved - Steakhouses food
  • #2 Ermitazh - European and japanese food
  • #3 Pechka - European and french food

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