ROB ZOMBIE Guitarist JOHN 5 To Guest On 'Daily Noise' Today

March 14, 2007

ROB ZOMBIE/ex-MARILYN MANSON guitarist John 5 will be a special guest today (Wednesday, March 14) on "Daily Noise", a syndicated uncensored variety talk show. The interview is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. (PDT) and John 5 will be talking about, and playing tracks from, his new instrumental album, "The Devil Knows My Name".

To listen go to and click on the "Listen" link on the main page. If you have any questions for John 5, send an e-mail to [email protected].

"Daily Noise" airs Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (PDT). Mature audience only.

John 5 will release his third solo album, "The Devil Knows My Name", on April 3. The CD features guest guitar solos from two legendary guitarists — Joe Satriani and Eric Johnson — plus SLIPKNOT's Jim Root. Keeping time are John's ZOMBIE bandmates Tommy Clufetos (drums) and Piggy D. (bass). According to a press release, this is the only album that all leads were doubled — an instrumental feat that is rarely taken on by the best of the guitar players.

John 5 has tapped ROB ZOMBIE bassist Piggy D (a.k.a. Matt Montgomery) to design the sleeve inlay for "The Devil Knows My Name". "I'm very excited about how it's turning out and I know [the fans] will dig it too," Piggy previously said. "This is the first time I've designed an entire package for a record, and already have more on the books to do! I took lots of photos on the last ROB ZOMBIE tour that will be included in the design. That's all I want to say about [it]. I want it to be a surprise!"

John 5's second solo album, "Songs for Sanity" (2005),featured guest guitar solos from Steve Vai and Albert Lee. John also worked with KISS frontman Paul Stanley on Stanley's second solo album, "Live to Win", which was released in October.

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