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Rob Zombie Brings A Hellbilly Good Time Back To The Masses

Mr. Zombie was born Robert Bartleh Cummings in 1965, though he may just be a bit irritated at the mere mention of that fact. Rob founded the band White Zombie in 1985, and the four members begun a journey which would find them easily identifiable amidst the heavy metal sounds of that era. White Zombie lyrics were never about people, love, money, or hope. This band centered their entire existence on the supernatural realms of fantasy.

Rob Zombie decided to go solo in 1998, and the only member of the original group to sign on with Zombie’s new band was the drummer, John Tempesta. Meanwhile, Rob continued to work on his screenwriting and production talents, finally releasing his debut film House of 1,000 Corpses in 2003, after a four year production process. The Devils Rejects would follow up this first effort, and would be received much more enthusiastically by both critics and the box office.

Zombie completed a remake of Halloween, which has grossed his highest earnings as a filmmaker yet, and its sequel, Halloween II, and also worked closely with Quentin Tarantino before heading back over to his first passion, music. Halloween is hitting the theatres this creepy fall holiday season, and Rob won’t be around for the much awaited release. Enter: The Hellbilly Deluxe II Tour, 2009.

The journey is set to kick off on October 29th from the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix, AZ, hitting 28 venues across the US in just five weeks. There will be a Halloween spectacular performance at the Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, CA on October 31st, and the tour will end at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. on December 5th.  Get your Rob Zombie tickets for all of these events at

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