ROB ZOMBIE: New Album Will Be 'Most Kick-Ass Record Yet'

September 11, 2005

ROB ZOMBIE's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"Well, here some exciting news kids! Just in time for Christmas is something we call 'Hellbilly Super Deluxe'! What is it you ask? Well, it a new version of 'Hellbilly Deluxe' featuring a CD of the original album plus a DVD containing videos for every song on the album! That's right every song! Included in this are all the classics like 'Living Dead Girl', 'Dragula' and 'Superbeast', but also eight never-before-seen videos including 'Meet The Creeper', 'Channel X', 'How To Make A Monster' and many more. If that ain't enough it also comes with awesomely expanded deluxe artwork case and booklet that will blow you away. This is an amazing package that no Zombie fan will want to live without!"

In other news, Rob had the following to say about his group's recent appearance at Ozzfest and their future plans:

"Hey, I'm back! Ozzfest is over and it was a total blast! It was really great to get back out there on the road and see you all again. The new band is amazing and we are dying to get back into the studio and finish the new album. I am positive this this is going to be the most kick-ass record yet. Blasko [bassist Rob Nicholson], Five [guitarist John 5, ex-MARILYN MANSON] and Tommy [drummer Tommy Clufetos, ALICE COOPER] are ready to crush it and so am I. Stay tuned for lots of news coming your way."

Check out a photo of the ROB ZOMBIE band taken by Rob's wife Sheri Moon moments after the band finished their final Ozzfest show in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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