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Rob Zombie’s New Concert Album Spookshow International Live Out Tomorrow



We Zombie fans are counting the minutes ’til tomorrow, but in the meantime we can watch the live music video for “Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga” via Yahoo! Music and share it via VEVO.

Tomorrow, February 24, Rob Zombie will release 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 global tour, the album’s blistering set of 19 live performances includes “More Human Than Human,” “Teenage Nosferatu Pussy,” “Superbeast,” “Dragula,” “Dead City Radio,” “Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga” and more of RZ’s incredible catalogue of past and current can’t-get-enough-of-them tracks listed below.  Spookshow International Live is available for preorder in CD, CD+T-shirt, and digital audio formats here.


IMG_8474Official Tracklisting


1          Teenage Nosferatu Pussy      

2          Superbeast     

3          Living Dead Girl       

4          Dead City Radio        

5          Drum Solo     

6          More Human Than Human   

7          Sick Bubblegum        

8          House of 1000 Corpses         

9          Meet The Creeper      

10        Never Gonna Stop     

11        Blitzkrieg Bop (THE RAMONES cover)     

12        Thunderkiss ’65         

13        Jesus Frankenstein    

14        We’re An American Band (GRAND FUNK RAILROAD cover)    

15        Dragula          

16        Demonoid Phenomenon        

17        Pussy Liqour  

18        Demon Speeding       

19        Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga       


Still from the video

Still from the “Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga” video


“It’s been eight years since our last live album so we figured it was time for another,” says Zombie. “Actually we weren’t planning on it, but we recorded a few shows and they sounded really great so we thought ‘Fuck it, let’s get it out there.’”


John 5

John 5

And Rob, fuck are we glad you, John 5 (Guitar), Piggy D (Bass), and Ginger Fish (Drums) did just that! (Read our interviews with John 5 here and here).

Since 1997, Rob Zombie has achieved solo artist success that has elevated him to music god status (click here to read what our resident RZ expert has to say on the subject!) and has built a fanatical fan base with several multi-platinum and gold albums. As a rock icon and filmmaker with a unique vision, Zombie has continuously challenged audiences as he stretches the boundaries of his music and films.  He 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 with a worldwide gross totaling more than $150 million. Zombie’s Halloween, released in 2007, earned the No. 1 spot at the box office in its opening weekend.


Rob needs watermark

In 2013, Rob Zombie released his fifth solo album (which we were lucky enough to preview and review, so just click the link) Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor.  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 throngs of fans (FlashWounds included ~ check out just some of our coverage from Scottsdale here!) at both its Scottsdale, Arizona and Villa Park, Illinois locations.


Live from Great American Nightmare's opening performance

Live from Great American Nightmare’s opening performance


31 bRob Zombie is currently in production for his seventh feature film, 31. Last year Rob Zombie broke more boundaries and hosted a hugely successful crowd funding campaign for the film. This month the campaign was relaunched (go here for more details) due to popular demand.  “After wrapping up our first campaign we were bombarded with late requests to be part of the 31 action. So here we go again! Time to join the bloody clown mayhem! Filming starts in March so get ready for tons of exciting updates on what promises to be the most fucked up film of the year,” said Rob.  To give you an idea of what’s in store, last May Rob told FW that 31 “… is for the hardcore fans who want it nasty and brutal.”  Any yes, that’s exactly the kind of fans we are!

31 is in part a crowd-funded endeavor that will allow Zombie’s legions of followers to be involved from the ground up with this latest project. “I wish something like this had existed when I was a kid,” Zombie shared. “I would have killed to be part of so many movies. Even being involved in the smallest way would have been awesome.”

The seven-time GRAMMY® nominee is also working on his next studio album, to be released this year via Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/UMe. He will be embarking on a tour this summer as well.

Tickets for Rob Zombie’s upcoming tour dates are on sale now. Be sure to stay tuned for more information on his newest full-length studio release.



The tour




June 20 in Montebello, Canada at Amnesia Rockfest

June 28 in Grand Junction, CO at Loudwire Music Festival



Amnesia Zombi