ROB ZOMBIE Talks With Fresno's 103.7 KRZR: Audio Available

Skippy from 103.7 KRZR in Fresno got the update on all of Rob Zombie's projects from backstage at the Marysville show on September 29. Rob talked about his film projects — "Halloween" and the animated feature "The Haunted World of El Superbeasto". Download and listen to the three-minute interview at this location.

Zombie is currently mixing a live album with producer Scott Humphrey for a tentative early 2007 release.

As previously reported, Rob Zombie's second feature film, "The Devil's Rejects" was named "Best Horror Movie" at the Spike TV's Scream Awards 2006, the first annual televised event which celebrates horror, sci-fi, fantasy and comic books. Zombie also picked up a Chainsaw Award for "The Devil's Rejects". The "Killer Movie" award, presented Oct. 15 to Zombie by Robert "Freddy Kruger" Englund, was part of the first televised "Fuse Fangoria Chainsaw Awards" to honor the best films and actors in the horror genre.


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