Stream New Rob Zombie Single

2009-09-30 by Jared Ponton STAFF | 15 Comments
Rob Zombie's new single from his upcoming album can be streamed in the link below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Lp3hN_8Ilk

"What" is taken from Hellbilly Deluxe 2 – Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool, which is due to be released on November 17th.

Tagged: Rob Zombie

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syco722
September 30th 2009
492 Comments


Definitely good for blaring-in-the-car-for-some-senseless-fun-with-friends music, but other than that...Not a huge fan

syco722
September 30th 2009
492 Comments


of the song I mean. I've always been a slight rob zombie fan

BassDemon333
September 30th 2009
3424 Comments


ugh too much vocal distortion. like the guitars though.

Carnifex
September 30th 2009
1918 Comments


Guitars are catchy, pretty promising.

BassDemon333
September 30th 2009
3424 Comments


Yeah, John 5 is the man.

Burn2Burn
October 1st 2009
2378 Comments


Hellbilly Deluxe 2 my ass. that sucked. the vocals are gayer than aids.

XulOnerom
October 1st 2009
1818 Comments


vocals sound like a distorted Axl Rose in his worse moments. Song disappointed me

MentalityOfA
October 1st 2009
1213 Comments


It's not horrible but...

ToWhatEnd
October 1st 2009
3172 Comments


Guitars sounds like a less bass-driven Seether. Reasonably catchy guitars and such but the vocal distortion ruins it. Won't be listening to this anytime soon. I guess this as good a time as any to confess I found The Sinister Urge cleaning out my room over summer and listened to it. It gets worse...I only bought the record because some WWE wrestler - I think it was Edge - came out to "Never Gonna Stop" for a little bit. LMFAO! I was pretty much a rockstar at age 13.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
October 1st 2009
8451 Comments


agreed that the vocal distortion sucks, but damn are the guitars cathcy or what. SOOOO so catchy. I am hoping this album will be good.

Brownboy
October 1st 2009
114 Comments


um it says page not found when i click the link.... WTF

TNY
October 1st 2009
571 Comments


I heard this song sounds like a true sequel to the original Hellbilly Deluxe. Is this true, anybody? I'm in class so I can't listen right now.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
October 1st 2009
8451 Comments


um it says page not found when i click the link.... WTF
yeah the link doesn't work for some reason, but the video is already up on youtube so search it from there.

EDIT: TNY - it does sound like Rob alright (with processed vocals), but not too much like the original Hellbilly tbh.

Burn2Burn
October 1st 2009
2378 Comments


i thought the title was "dehumanization of GOD" and not "cool"? when did this change...or am i just insane?

iamthenightmare
October 2nd 2009
754 Comments


pretty gay all around



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