'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie spoke with Rob Zombie about his recent concert DVD, new album progress and festival tips.
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Rob Zombie will stay on the road a little longer, announcing a new batch of U.S. dates that will carry over into the fall.
Rob Zombie is relocating his 'Great American Nightmare' festival to Arizona for 2014.
The lineup has just been announced for one of the year's most anticipated rock festivals. The Monster Energy Aftershock 2014 fest takes place Sept. 13-14 at Discovery Park in Sacramento, Calif., and features a who's who of hard rock, alt-rock and metal bands.
f you’ve ever been to a Rob Zombie concert, you know it’s an event, a spectacle and an extravaganza. That is captured in his first concert film ‘The Zombie Horror Picture Show,’ available on DVD and Blu-ray.
A Rob Zombie show is always a great time and it's quite possible that the rocker will step outside his catalog from time to time to pull out a rock or metal classic. Such was the case during his band's recent performance in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. when he rocked out a pair of tried and true metal staples -- Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' and Diamond Head's 'Am I Evil?'
Rob Zombie is one of rock's busiest men, continually balancing recording, touring and a career as a movie director. During one of Zombie's brief breaks in his schedule, he took a few minutes to chat with 'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie about his upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray release 'The Zombie Horror Picture Show' and its accompanying book, his plans regarding a Manson Family project and more. Check out Full Metal Jackie's chat with Rob Zombie below.