Tag: Rob Zombie

Throwback: “My Dark Place Alone” from Murderdolls!

Hearing of the death of a hero and a legend is never easy and in Joey Jordison we lost a man who was the epitome of a Metal musician and a much loved human being. How much his suffering from acute Transverse myelitis, a neurological disease that causes inflammation of the spinal chord was a

NEWS: Scum of the Earth search for Bigfoot?

As teased via Social Media back in November, Scum of the Earth have returned with the bizarrely titled new single “Bigfoot and the armies of Puma Punku” which promises to be the first of many. The project, masterminded by former Rob Zombie guitarist Mike Riggs has been re-tooled for 2021 with Brandon Workman on bass

Review: “Project Regeneration Vol. 1” by Static-X

“Project Regeneration” probably has to stand up as one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2020 with original members of Static-X in Tony Campos (bass, backing vocals), Koichi Fukuda (guitars, keyboards programming) and Ken Jay (drums) creating new music around the vocals from unused demos from the much missed and dearly departed Wayne Static.

Listmania: 5x Bands For Whom It’s Halloween Every Day!

Critically acclaimed film director and musician Rob Zombie might be saying that Heavy Metal and Horror are “Treated Like They’re Just One Step Above Pornography” (which you can read about here) but we don’t think that we’re actually that bothered. Live and let live. Oh wait. It’s Halloween! Die and let die! Here’s a little

Review: “Alien” by Northlane

Produced by the band themselves and recorded at Chris Blancato’s Studio in Sydney, with the exception of Marcus Bridge’s vocals which were recorded at Sydney’s Electric Sun Studios, “Alien” is the fifth studio album from Australian Titans Northlane. Having surprise released their previous effort “Mesmer”, this time out their label UNFD have taken the usual

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Rob Zombie Ed.

“Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International” is the critically acclaimed 1998 debut album of Rob Zombie, his first solo album after the tearing apart of White Zombie. Co-written by Charlie Clouser formerly Nine Inch Nails and with a video that saw Rob Zombie’s wife Sheri Moon doing what you might

Review: “Disguise” by Motionless In White

At some point after their debut album “Creatures” appeared on the scene there was an interview with Motionless In White frontman Chris Motionless in which he said his band were not going to be another chuga-chuga-metal band like Of Mice & Men. What followed that was a style shift from the bands Metalcore with Gothic

The Artwork That Should Not Be #3: “Sexorcism” by Lordi

Released in late May via AFM Records and described as “controversial” is “Sexorcism” by Finnish Hard Rockers Lordi. That’s correct, the band that won that won the Eurovision song contest with “Hard Rock Hallelujah” 12 years prior got down and dirty. Often accused of ripping off Gwar with their appearance, Kiss with their sound and Rob

Spotlight: Wednesday 13!

Louder.com did a recent interview with Wednesday 13 in which he picked his 10 favourite Wednesday 13 songs and went into his reasons for the picks. The interview comes amid Wednesday 13’s European tour with Combichrist and both bands appearance at this year’s incarnation of Bloodstock Open Air Festival. You can read the interview in