Rob Zombie



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334 fans
Country: USA
Label: Geffen Records

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Formed in: 1998

1998- Alternative metal
1998- Industrial metal

Line-up

1998-  Rob Zombie - vocals
2005-  John 5 - guitars
2006-  Piggy D - bass
2011-  Ginger Fish - drums
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1998-2003  Mike Riggs - guitars
1998-2003  John Tempesta - drums
1998-2006  Blasko - bass
2005-2006  Tommy Clufetos - drums, backing vocals
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2001  Jerry Hey - horns
2001  Scott Humphrey - guitars
› 2006  -//- guitars, bass, backing vocals
2001  Emm Gryner - vocals
2001  Gary Novak - drums
2001  Bill Reichenbach - horns
2001  Daniel Wiggins - horns
2001  Phil X - guitars
2001  Frank Gryner - guitars
2001  Gary Grant - horns
2001  Chris Chaney - bass
2001  Evelyne Bennu - vocals
2006  Audrey Weichman - backing vocals
2010  Joey Jordison - drums
1998  Daniel Patrick "Danny" Lohner - guitars
› 2001  -//-
2001  Tommy Lee - drums
› 2006  -//-
2001  Josh Freese - drums
› 2006  -//-
2001  Kerry King - guitars
2001  Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
2003  Trina - vocals
2003  Lionel Richie - vocals

Discography


Latest reviews

Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor improved significantly on the sluggish, oppressively sane Hellbilly Deluxe 2, reinvigorating Rob Zombie with a lighter and leaner take on the typical Zombie sound that still reintroduced a lot of personality. The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Screw It This Is Way Too Long obviously tries to capitalize on the success of Venomous Rat's more radio-friendly numbers, but eschews the real substance of the last album in the process.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
Rob Zombie is back! Well, about as back as Mr. Zombie can probably get anyway. This is definitely his best work since Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales Of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside The Spookshow International; no, the full title was not necessary but I've always loved it and included it because I could, damn it!   Review by psykometal ››

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