Rob Zombie Pinball Machine On Sale, Extensive Gameplay Video Arrives
"Ever since I was a young boy, I played the silver..." Wait, wrong band! We're not talking about the Who, we're talking about Rob Zombie! The master of horror has extended his unique world to include a custom pinball machine titled Spookshow International (as shown above). The limited edition pinball machine features 10 Rob Zombie songs and voice contributions from the mastermind, his wife Sheri Moon and actor Sid Haig from The Devil's Rejects and House of 1000 Corpses.
Limited to 300 units, the Spookshow International pinball machine features marvelous artwork from Alex Horley, who has collaborated with Rob Zombie in the past for other projects. The landscape of the game features nods to Zombie's films like the Fried Chicken and Gasoline sign from House of 1000 Corpses. As the sound of balls slamming into bumpers and objects and all sorts of dings and bell noises go off, players will be treated to some of the band's best cuts like "Living Dead Girl," "Dragula," "American Witch," "Feel So Numb" and more. An extensive video highlighting this during the gameplay can be seen below.
Production on the machines is scheduled to begin in February 2016 from Spooky Pinball. There will be 250 units available for $5995 and 50 units at $6495 which will feature different back glass and side armor. The turnaround for all units is expected to be around 18 months and once the $1000 deposit is in, you will receive a a game number. Spooky Pinball is even working on a website that will show you where you are on the build list so you stay up to speed at all times. To find out more details, visit the company's website.
Rob Zombie is eyeing a the successor to 2013's Venemous Rat Regeneration Vendor album next year along with a January premiere of his new film, 31, at the Sundance Film Festival.
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