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Rob Zombie has revealed in an interview with the Louder Noise TV news service that his next album is done and will be released in March of 2016. Citing scheduling issues around his new movie 31, the album will be the next priority project for him. You can see the video at this link or below and read a transcript here or below as well:
“Well the record is done and it’ll probably come out in March, because what I wanna do is I wanna do a very large visual component to go with the record—shoot thirteen videos, or shoot a movie go with it. And because of ‘31‘, I couldn’t get to that yet. So I’m gonna do that probably in January, so we’ll put it out soon after that.”
“I love it. I mean, I really like the record. The last record was my favorite record in a long time. ‘Cause I had kind of hit a low with making records. It just kind of got boring; I hated being in the studio, and I kind of got reinspired on the last record. And this sort of follows up on it.
So I think that, much like ‘31‘… You just have those things in your career where you’re, like, they all can’t be the best one. With records, sometimes you have those moments where you can tell, ‘This one’s special.’ And that’s how it feels.”
Rob Zombie has been known for much of his career as a creative genius and a mastermind when it comes to setting the bar for the visual spectacle of the modern rock concert. His ability to blend his far out rock, metal, and psychedelic influences, with equal parts freak show, gothic horror and sex appeal have been hallmarks since his heyday with White Zombie in the 90s. Currently on a tour of casinos and concert halls, Zombie brings his trademark show to the masses guaranteed to delight all comers. He has one of his best bands in memory in tow, with John 5 (David Lee Roth/Marilyn Manson), Piggy D (Alice Cooper/Wednesday 13) and Ginger Fish (also ex-Manson) backing him up. Not only are they all top players, each takes the stage with garish visage to match their freaky leader. He has a summer of gigs plans as the band push toward a new release this fall, and also Zombie’s crowdfunded 31 horror film on the way too. Captured here by Emma Parsons Photography at The Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun Casino, we see Zombie and his cohorts igniting the night, and bringing down the house.