New Rob Zombie single stream

2013-02-24 by Scott M. Baldwin | 15 Comments
Horror-rock icon Rob Zombie is back to haunt your dreams again... in the form of new music.

The industrial metal artist has had a lot on his plate as of recently; earlier, he unveiled his new frightfest The Lords of Salem, which makes its way to cinemas on April 19th. Furthermore, he has a new album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, due out for release only four days later.

His new single, "Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Super Town" is just about what you'd expect musically from the man; a beat with lots of stomp and great catchy hook, and harsh vocals. Its lyrics seem to be about the radio nowadays and how we all seem to eat it up nowadays- in fact, the song opens with a voice sample that gets repeated- "Radio has changed our lives, and Pactically saved our lives". The lyrics can be seen as a salute to here radio has gotten us, and maybe even a tongue in cheek criticism of where it seems to be headed.


The new single can be listened to via his website:

http://robzombie.com/premiere.html

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 24th 2013
4200 Comments


Nothing new from him, but the song is catchy. It sounds a bit similar to Marilyn Manson's Arma-Goddamn-Motherfuckin'-Geddon.

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TheMoonchild
February 24th 2013
1120 Comments


I quite like it I must say.

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Detective Dan
February 24th 2013
209 Comments


Nothing special, but I dug it.

LilLioness
February 24th 2013
2988 Comments


The intro riff brought to mind "It's still Rock and Roll to me" by Billy Joel. In fact, I am going to go listen to that instead.

anarchistfish
February 24th 2013
25631 Comments


Eh, boring

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skoopy48
February 24th 2013
1856 Comments


meh, its catchy

dragoth
February 24th 2013
265 Comments


Nothing special, doesn't come close to anything from Sinister Urge

ButtsweatAndTears
February 24th 2013
340 Comments


Meh, Alright I guesss

Ovrot
February 24th 2013
12817 Comments


kinda meh by rob zombie

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irrevrent
February 24th 2013
115 Comments


Does it have a looping sound bite?

Metalstyles
Emeritus
February 25th 2013
8565 Comments


Wasn't bad, actually. I'm finding it hard to believe that the new album will turn out great, though you never know.

DrGonzo1937
Contributing Reviewer
February 25th 2013
12449 Comments


Not his best, I gotta say.

Acrosstheshield13
February 25th 2013
797 Comments


he's been making the same song his entire career...its boring as fuck.

NickGrouwen
February 25th 2013
80 Comments


meh sums it up

Makemebad35
February 27th 2013
836 Comments


New track for Twisted Metal?



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