Video: Rob Zombie Interviewed In Canada

 
Rob Zombie was recently interviewed by /A\ news entertainment reporter Adam Sawatsky, prior to his August 2 co-headlining show with Slayer in Victoria, British Columbia. He talks about his own (and his audience's) taste for dark entertainment, how it's getting harder to shock people, and much more. Check out the clip below: .
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Weekend Poll: Which Roadrunner Artist Should Write A Book?

 
Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor's book, Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good, has hit the New York Times bestseller list. You can see the list here; Seven Deadly Sins is at #26, right between former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's On China and...Shit My Dad Says. Anyway, this made us think that other Roadrunner artists probably have stories to tell, and philosophies of life, that readers would enjoy.
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Rob Zombie Talks Movies, Music In New Interview

 
Rob Zombie recently gave an interview to the Toronto Sun, wherein he discusses how he divides his time and attention between movies and music, as well as his co-headlining tour with Slayer, which kicks off tonight. Says Zombie, "when I'm on tour, unless I'm writing music, the music doesn't take a lot of thought. You just have to physically be there and play the shows and tour.
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Poll: Who's Your Favorite Rob Zombie Drummer?

 
In case you weren't aware, Rob Zombie is launching a North American tour with Slayer and Exodus one week from today, on July 20. It's going to be pretty epic, and it's also Zombie's first tour with new drummer Ginger Fish, who replaced Tommy Clufetos (the second RZ bandmember to be poached by Ozzy Osbourne) and, by joining John 5, made his backing band 66.6% ex-members of Marilyn Manson's group.
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Exclusive Rob Zombie Interview On Revolvermag.com

 
Rob Zombie and Slayer's Tom Araya are interviewed exclusively on Revolvermag.com, to promote their upcoming Hell On Earth Tour. The tour, which kicks off July 20, will feature full sets from both Zombie (whose band now includes former Marilyn Manson drummer Ginger Fish) and Slayer, plus an opening set by Exodus. Says Zombie, "Both bands have are really intense and do a really over-the-top thing.
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