2013 was a big year for Rob Zombie and part of that will carry over into 2014! That's because Zombie and his band let the cameras and recording boards roll as they rocked audiences around the world on their touring in support of the 'Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor' album and a new concert film is set for release on DVD.
Less than a year ago, Rob Zombie claimed that 'The Lords of Salem' would be his last horror film "for a really long time," but luckily for fans of Zombie's filmography, the musician has jumped back into the genre. Although Rob Zombie has been working on the hockey film 'Broad Street Bullies,' one simple act of brainstorming thrust Zombie into horror once again.
Rob Zombie fans, your favorite horror rock icon has some new stuff to share with you. During his 2013 headlining stint at Mayhem Festival, Rob Zombie shot footage for a new live DVD showcasing the musician's one-of-a-kind live show. Thankfully, Zombie has just graced fans with a short clip from the upcoming DVD.
The one and only Rob Zombie is planning to invade the U.S. for a number of April and May tour dates. The horror rock icon is well-known for putting on one of the best live shows spanning any genre, and to expose even more fans to the experience, Zombie has crammed some U.S. dates between international ventures.
The lineup for the two-day 2014 Monster Energy's Welcome to Rockville Festival at Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, Fla., has been announced, and it features an all-star lineup of today biggest rock acts. Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Alter Bridge, Five Finger Death Punch and Rob Zombie are among the many bands set to rock the annual event.
Brian 'Head' Welch, guitarist for Korn and frontman of Love and Death, contributes a popular monthly column called 'HeAd's KoRner' to Loudwire. In his newest entry, Head checks in from Korn's co-headlining 'Night of the Living Dreads' tour with Rob Zombie and shares details and video (watch above) of a special moment that happened onstage. Check out Brian 'Head' Welch's latest edition of 'Head's Korner.'
Korn just keep rolling in the Cage Match, now standing one victory away from receiving immortality in the Cage Match Hall of Fame. In their last match, the band's 'Love & Meth' single rallied late to overtake Shinedown's 'Adrenaline' for its fourth straight win. But Korn will have a familiar and formidable contender to take down to earn their fifth victory and entrance into the Hall of Fame.