ROB ZOMBIE Set To Release New Music Via 'House Of 1000 Corpses' Soundtrack

ROB ZOMBIE will have five brand new songs on the upcoming soundtrack to his much-anticipated and long-delayed horror movie "House Of 1000 Corpses", due in March through Lion's Gate Films. Also set to be featured on the soundtrack are classic tracks from THE RAMONES, SLIM WHITMAN, BUCK OWENS and HELEN KANE, as well as seven "horrifying instrumental tracks and terrifying sound bites," according to ZOMBIE's official web site.

Among the new ZOMBIE tracks scheduled to appear on the "House Of 1000 Corpses" soundtrack are the following:

01. Everybody Scream (theme from "Dr. Wolfenstein")
02. Run Rabbit, Run
03. Pussy Liquor
04. Little Piggy

ROB ZOMBIE's fifth contribution to the soundtrack, the title for which was not provided, is "sure to be the most surprising bizarre musical collaboration ever!" according to the site.

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Exact release information for the "House Of 1000 Corpses" soundtrack has not yet been made available.


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