ROB ZOMBIE Presents 'The Mix Massacre' On 'The Public Record'

April 27, 2010

The Public Record has announced Rob Zombie as its next featured artist to launch a collaborative remix project entitled The Mix Massacre. Beginning April 27, 2010, Rob Zombie is enlisting the talent of musicians and remixers across the The Public Record global music community to remix his songs "Mars Needs Women" and "Sick Bubblegum" for a special worldwide release.

The Public Record is a new, interactive, music collaboration site that began as the personal pursuit of music industry pioneer Scott Humphrey. Renowned for his work as an award-winning and record-breaking studio mixer and producer, Humphrey founded The Public Record as a solution to match the dynamic shifts of the web with the evolution of digital recording.

"We take the biggest names in the music industry and allow undiscovered musicians and producers around the world to collaborate with them," Humphrey says. "What started as an experiment has led to a full-time operation in which we're continually adding the best acts from every genre with new programs and features."

The Public Record provides a virtual environment to jump-start careers and showcase talent, while delivering a unique opportunity for top-tier talent to connect directly with fans. Within the short months of its official February 2010 launch, the popularity of The Public Record has grown to host international icons including Tommy Lee, Deadmau5, Dan Jacobs of ATREYU, John 5 to now Rob Zombie and the Elements employing The Public Record platform as a conduit to work with the music community at large on official projects and releases.

Preview Rob Zombie's Mix Massacre video below.

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