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    Haha, I love that record already. Went for a walk in the city and it immediately grabbed my the balls. It's fun, it's fast, it's loud and a total nobrainer. But yeah, that's how I like my Zombie aswell. Good shit, better than his last offering and it makes me miss seeing that nasty show live again!

    A few run throughs and my favorites are: teenage nosferatu pussy, rock and roll (in a black hole) and lucifer rising. But the whole record is a fun stomping cheese fest that makes me crave for more.
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    AMAZING new record!

    *fingers crossed for b-sides on singles*

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    Sweet, I'm grabbing this now.....

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    Wow, this record is much better than I thought it was going to be! I'm about half way through it right now, and I'm enjoying much more than the previous couples albums.

    I think the track I enjoy the most so far is, Rock and Roll (In a Black Hole).
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    Downloaded, will listen later!

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    Pretty damn good record. Love the new sounds.

    Minus the vocals, the instrumentation on this album remind me alot of Rammstein

    Fav track is def Rock And Roll (In A Black Hole)

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    My favorite track so far is Gong Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga.

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    Five songs in and it's goddamn fantastic.

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    Teenage Nosferatu Pussy is phenomenal! Definitely my favorite, great opening track. Good thus far.

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    Good god "White Trash Freaks" is the fuckin tits!

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    Re: Rob Zombie

    I ain't gonna lie, I am amazed how much praise this is getting.

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    Same here, gonna listen when I get home I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    I ain't gonna lie, I am amazed how much praise this is getting.
    So am I! I really did not have it on my radar at all but as it popped up on facebook the other day I was hooked and I'm even more surprised that it turned out so fucking good!

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    What, he has a new album again? Wow.

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    Cant say enough good things about this album. Far surpasses HBDII.

    Best tracks are:

    Teenage Nosferatu Pussy (just a sick opener)
    Rock and Roll (in a black hole) Rob Zombie meets Underworld (band)
    White Trash Freaks (fuckin love it)
    We're An American Band ( fantastic cover, heavy as hell)

    Listen to this album LOUD

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    Listening to it right now and thoroughly enjoying it.
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    Wanna see and hear Rob Zombie and John5 make a Black Metal song? Here you go! This is in the guise of the fictional band Laviathan and the Fleeing Serpent, which is in his latest film The Lords of Salem.




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    Re: Rob Zombie

    Lol!

    Is this movie out nation wide or at just select cities?

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    It got a decent release, but it isn't TOO wide. If that makes sense. I saw it this past weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    Lol!

    Is this movie out nation wide or at just select cities?
    Labeled as a "Limited" release.

    Limited enough to it isn't screened anywhere near me. Sucks. I'm stuck for DVD/Blu-Ray release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    Labeled as a "Limited" release.

    Limited enough to it isn't screened anywhere near me. Sucks. I'm stuck for DVD/Blu-Ray release.
    Only 354 screens to be exact. It grossed $642,942. Basically, it's a flop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    Labeled as a "Limited" release.

    Limited enough to it isn't screened anywhere near me. Sucks. I'm stuck for DVD/Blu-Ray release.
    Apparently it was already released on DVD in the UK on Monday so it's available as a torrent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepvoid View Post
    Only 354 screens to be exact. It grossed $642,942. Basically, it's a flop.
    Well I wasn't expecting this movie to destroy box office sales and views. This is a rare case that if you like Rob Zombie and his music/films then you'll love this movie I'm sure. Other people, probably not so much so not surprised by the revenue.

    Quote Originally Posted by fortysixand2 View Post
    Apparently it was already released on DVD in the UK on Monday so it's available as a torrent.
    It's on Kickass Torrents in DVD format. I hate to but might have to download it.

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    The Bay has more seeders.

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    Devil's rejects had some sort of commercial success grossing over $19M at the box-office.

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    Teenage Nosferatu Pussy is sick. But the name is really funny.

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    Does anyone have this version as an mp3 by chance?

    For Record Store Day 2013, Zombie released a promotional single for "Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown" (with b-side "Teenage Nosferatu Pussy") on 10 inch colored vinyl printed on a reverse groove. This featured a slightly alternate edit of "Dead City Radio" clocking in at 3:54 instead of 3:28 which included an extended prechorus and outro not heard on the full album release. Best Buy stores offered a limited edition featuring a 3D sticker cover with a code for exclusive behind-the-scenes footage on the making of the album.[3]

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    I'm really slow on this, but I love this album. It's awesome from start to end. It leaves you wanting more at the end which isn't a bad thing. Can't fault it one bit. It's up there with Hellbilly and
    Astro Creep as one of his best works. Couldn't pick between the 3 at this stage.

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    http://heavymag.com.au/former-white-...er-found-dead/

    Phil Buerstatte, who played drums for White Zombie between 1992 to1994, was found dead over the weekend in Wisconsin. No details have yet to be released of how he died. He was 44.
    Buerstatte was a key member during the bands La Sexorcisto tour but never recorded anything with them. Before his White Zombie tenure, he played drums for Wisconsin groove prog metal band Last Crack from 1986 and stayed with them until 1997.
    Paul Schluter, guitarist with Last Crack released the following statement:
    “We are sorry to have to announce that Last Crack drummer and our musical brother Phil Buerstatte has passed away today. He will be greatly missed by his many friends, family and fellow band members. Pull out your Last Crack albums, crank them up loud and remember what a great drummer he was!
    “It is the end of an era for us and sad to say the original lineup will never be able to play together again. Our last show with Phil from 2009 is posted on YouTube in its entirety. The remaining members of the band are discussing doing a tribute show in Phil’s honor in the coming months. We’ll post details soon.”
    Strangely, the last time Buerstatte was in the headlines was last year, when a man was arrested for fraud for impersonating the drummer and trying to get out of paying for his re-hab treatment at the Alta Mira Recovery Center, a luxury facility in San Francisco.
    The man, who used a $75,000 cheque in Buerstatte’s name to pay for the treatment had previously attempted this many times. Police at the time were trying to determine if in fact it was Buerstatte actually using an alias, but soon determined it was someone else pretending to be him.

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