New Rob Zombie record
2013-01-31 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 26 Comments

Rob Zombie announced the release of his 5th studio record, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, scheduled to be out on April 23. The album will be the first released on Zombie's own imprint Zodiac Swan.

Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor will be the first record to feature drummer Ginger Fish (ex-Marilyn Manson), along with long-time collaborators, guitarist John 5 and bassist Piggy D. Rob Zombie revealed some of the album titles, including first single “Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Super Town,” along with such tracks as “Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga,” “Lucifer Rising,” “Behold! The Pretty Filthy Creatures” and a heavy-duty cover of Grand Funk Railroad’s “We’re an American Band.”

Also, regarding the album, Zombie commented: “I think for the first time this new album perfectly merges the old days of White Zombie with the future of what I am doing now. I think fans of both will agree that this is the perfect combo of both worlds”.

For further details, check the band's official website - http://robzombie.com/2013/01/new-album-venomous-rat-regeneration-vendor-out-april-23/

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iambandersnatch
January 31st 2013

1472 Comments


so few fucks to give

WhiteTieBlackJacket
January 31st 2013

792 Comments


lol I feel cheated that a band as shitty as Rob Zombie is using an album title this amazing for his piece of hell shit.

dragoth
January 31st 2013

237 Comments


Not sure about this, some old Zombie stuff was good, the newer stuff is a bit crap, might check it out.

bloc
January 31st 2013

34780 Comments


Worst album and track titles ever

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

ConcubinaryCode
January 31st 2013

2066 Comments


"Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga"

HAfuckingHA really?

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
January 31st 2013

50116 Comments


He's taking a break from making terrible films to go back to making terrible albums

Digging: Tiny Moving Parts - Pleasant Living

Mabbitt
January 31st 2013

1354 Comments


I'm sick of Rob Zombie. I'm pretty sure none of his albums are really worthwhile except maybe one, yet he headlines just about every festival ever.

Mickeymau5
January 31st 2013

1614 Comments


Try hards

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
January 31st 2013

8328 Comments


“Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga,”
Well, at least he has recognized that's all he can vocally do nowadays and is staying in his comfort zone.

I'll give the singles a shot when they come out, but I'm not betting on them being good.

YankeeDudel
January 31st 2013

9311 Comments


I like White Zombie, and Hellbilly Deluxe has a couple nostalgia trips for me but yea he needs to stop making music.

Digging: Soundtrack - Heavy Metal

evilford
January 31st 2013

22388 Comments


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Digging: Afflicted - Prodigal Sun

Dodecahedron
January 31st 2013

970 Comments


"I'm so excited for this!"

Said no one ever.

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 1st 2013

3375 Comments


I enjoy his records, still it's mostly John 5 who does the job best. However, 5's solo records are more rewarding music-wise.

Digging: Amplifier - Mystoria

MMX
February 1st 2013

4798 Comments


Band has always been stupid fun
The New album will be stupid fun just like the last 4

"Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor"

Awesome

KenboSlice
February 1st 2013

918 Comments


The reason why Rob headlines so many festivals is because he puts on a killer live show. I don't listen to his music often, but I would not hesitate to see him in concert again.

DrGonzo1937
February 1st 2013

5556 Comments


Cool. Last album was surprisingly good. John 5 is a beast.

VermicideReloadead
February 1st 2013

1433 Comments


I like white zombie, never cared about rob zombie.

HomerPimpson
February 1st 2013

241 Comments


“Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Super Town,”

They're MCR now

DrGonzo1937
February 1st 2013

5556 Comments


Waarrrriiiooooorrrrrsssss, come out and playyyyayyyyyy

BassDemon333
February 2nd 2013

3366 Comments


The vocals probably won't be great but John 5 will bring the riffs

Digging: Mudvayne - L.D. 50

crowing51
February 3rd 2013

3448 Comments


Holy hell those track names......I wonder how hard he was thinking to come up with those.

Digging: Polyphia - Muse

KjSwantko
February 3rd 2013

9277 Comments


The silly track titles and the participation of John 5 make me want to check this out. Will likely be horrible though.

DrGonzo1937
February 3rd 2013

5556 Comments


Why all the hate for Zombie? It's a good bit of fun imo.

DrGonzo1937
February 3rd 2013

5556 Comments


Plus he puts on a "hell" of a show live, too.

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 3rd 2013

3375 Comments


Unlike Manson lately, Zombie's records are fun. I agree with you.

Kronos13666
February 22nd 2013

10 Comments


Should be a fun listen and gotts love the artwork he does for booklet art..... besides he isn't exactly mozart



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