As a rock n’ roll icon and filmmaker with a unique vision, Zombie has a reputation for stretching the boundaries of both music and film. Already from Zombie in 2015 is a new concert album, Spookshow International Live, via Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/UMe. Selected and sequenced by Zombie from shows recorded during last year’s touring around the world, the album is a blistering set of 19 live performances. Zombie has achieved great solo artist success with several multi-platinum and gold albums. Zombie has sold more than fifteen million albums worldwide, and is the only artist to experience unprecedented success in both music and film as the writer/director of six feature films. Zombie’s Halloween, released in 2007, earned the No. 1 spot at the box office in its opening weekend. In 2013, Rob Zombie released his fifth solo album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendorfeaturing the hit “Dead City Radio”. And last year, Zombie released his first concert film, The Zombie Horror Picture Show and his annual Great American Nightmare ultimate Halloween events successfully scared and entertained scores of people in Scottsdale, Arizona and Villa Park, Illinois. Rob Zombie is currently in production for his seventh feature film, 31, one of the year’s most anticipated horror movies, is also working on his next studio album, to be released this year via Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/Ume.
Glenn Danzig is a name that permeates, infects, and ultimately makes strong, the very soul of hard rock in the ’90s. Through the legendary punk charge of his pre-Danzig outfits Misfits and Samhain, Danzig formed the backbone of today’s mosh movement. Into the deep waves of the Danzig catalogue, and you’ve got a band that has created high-tension hybrids that are still being pondered and quietly adopted throughout today’s metal community. Over eight million records sold, and Danzig is about to unleash a multi-media onslaught that will once again find disciples studying the master. Cover album, “Skeletons,” is slated for a fall release and he is also working on new material for the follow up to 2010’s “Deth Red Sabaoth.”