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Rob Zombie is a singer, director and writer. Rob Zombie's dreadlocks, gruff vocal style and fascination with B-movies have helped him become distinctive in American heavy metal. He is best known as founder, lead singer, and songwriter for White Zombie. In recent years, Zombie has also established himself as a solo singer and as a director.
In 2011, Rob Zombie, Slayer, and Exodus will embark on the "Hell On Earth Tour."
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For his first solo project, Rob Zombie released the album Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International. It was seen by many as White Zombie redux - a sleek, short and crazed album. Outside of the confines of a band, Rob Zombie was in complete charge of the product. While the themes remain the same - monsters, hot pants and hot rods - the finished product was less metal and more industrial than anything White Zombie had produced. It was a massive success, with the videos for "Dragula" and "Superbeast" achieving heavy rotation. The album debuted at #5 and has gone triple platinum.
In 2005, Rob Zombie went back to the studio working on a new album, joined by Blasko, John 5 (former Marilyn Manson guitarist) and Tommy Lee. After recording some material with these members, Rob Zombie went on tour with Ozzfest in 2005, headlining the second stage with Tommy Clifetos (former Alice Cooper drummer).
After this tour, he recorded his latest alubum, Educated Horses. "Foxy Foxy", Rob Zombie's first single from Educated Horses, was released February 13th, 2006. Rob Zombie is also the older brother of Powerman 5000 vocalist Spider One (Michael Cummings).