Rob Zombie spoke to MTV News about his new studio album, "Hellbilly Deluxe 2", which is scheduled for release on February 2, 2010 via Roadrunner Records.Though two singles have made their way onto the Internet and radio ("What?" and "Sick Bubble-Gum"), Zombie has refrained from playing much of the new album while on the road. "What I'm discovering is that the songs we have been playing from the new album are connecting in an amazing way, considering that most of the audience doesn't know the songs," he told MTV News. "There are certain songs — 'Sick Bubble-Gum' in particular — that if you didn't know anything about us and you just came to the show, from the crowd reaction you would assume that was an old favorite we were playing. Sometimes you play new songs and people think, 'Maybe I'll like it later,' but people are digging it now, which is nice." He added, "One song that we've been doing at sound check is 'Mars Needs Women'. I'm really looking forward to playing it because it's got such a great groove. We would already play it if everybody didn't bootleg every little thing you do. The whole album would be online if we played any more." Read more from MTV News.
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