Rob Zombie Gets Back To The Studio With John 5 To Record New Songs
In a recent Instagram post, Rob Zombie has announced that his band is back together after a long time returning to the studio with John 5 to record new material.
Rob Zombie has released his first song in four years on October 30, 2020, titled ‘The Triumph of King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition)’ which is the first single from his seventh studio album ‘The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy’ that was released on March 12, 2021. Moreover, a supergroup called L.A. Rats was formed by Rob Zombie, John 5, Nikki Sixx, and Tommy Clufetos, and they released a debut track which was a cover of ‘I’ve Been Everywhere’ from the soundtrack of the film ‘The Ice Road.’ Rob Zombie will also make appearances in the Rocklahoma Shows accompanied by Slipknot and Limp Bizkit, between September 3 and 5.
Along with his musical projects, Rob Zombie has had a focus on filmmaking who has been working on directing ‘The Munsters,’ the film he was a huge fan of and has been chasing for almost 20 years. The much-awaited film is now in pre-production and is currently location scouting, so it seems that there isn’t much progress yet.
Recently, Rob Zombie has announced that after a long break his band is coming back together for recording brand new tracks. In the Instagram post which included a picture of the band members including John 5 in the studio, he claimed that they are recording new songs like ‘King Freak,’ which sounds ‘killer’ in the room, hinting the fans will be more informed about the new project at a time real soon.
“The band is back together after a very long hiatus. New songs like King Freak sounding killer in the room. See you all real soon.“
Below is the photo Rob Zombie has posted.