ROB ZOMBIE With Drummer GINGER FISH: First Band Photo Released

The first photo of the current ROB ZOMBIE touring lineup — featuring MARILYN MANSON drummer Ginger Fish (real name: Kenneth Robert Wilson) — can be viewed below.

Ginger Fish played his first show with ROB ZOMBIE last night (Sunday, February 6) at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California. He is expected to remain behind the kit for all of ROB ZOMBIE's U.S. dates in February before Rob's regular drummer, Joey Jordison — who is in Europe performing with MURDERDOLLS — rejoins the group in time for ROB ZOMBIE's U.K. headlining dates at the end of the month.

Zombie told The Pulse of Radio last year that his current band, which also features guitarist John 5 and bassist Piggy D., is the best he's ever had. "Yeah, this is the best it's ever been," he said. "I mean, it always gets better and better, but I really can't imagine it ever getting better than this because everybody in the band is such a perfect fit for what we need to do and, you know, there's been times where there's nice people in the band or good players, but they just sort of weren't the right person but they could fake it onstage. But this is the first time we've really had four people that are all like-minded. I don't know, it's just perfect. I mean, we would all be friends if we weren't in the band. We're all that same type of personality, it's great."


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