Most of his tattoos are on his arms and he designed them himself.
Album: Hellbilly Deluxe
Album: The Sinister Urge
Album: Educated Horses
Rob Zombie is the director of the remake to the horror film, Halloween, which will be released on August 31, 2007.
In January 2007. Rob stated he will be working on putting a box set together of every single original White Zombie song together in one box.
Rob Zombie and his wife Sheri Moon has presented Awards at the Chainsaw Awards in October 22, 2006 and another one at the Scream Awards on Spike TV in October 10, 2006.
Living Dead Girl remix and Blood, Milk, and Sky has been played on the hit televised series Angel.
Michael Cummings aka (Spider Zombie/spyder/Spider One)
Powerman 5000 from is Rob's little brother.
Zombie admits in an interview that he has a strange fascination with Charles Manson, Cult leader of the Manson Clan.
One of Zombies is good friends with lead singer Ozzy Osbourne. They've often met and socialized together.
Zombie is a suppositious person and he has a pair of boots that he wears for luck. He has been wearing them now for 20 years.
Zombie does watch all kinds of movies however in an interview he claims his favorite are horror movies.
In the Beavis and Butt-Head Do America film Zombie drew all the hallucination scenes in that movie.
Before setting off on his own Zombie was a part of a band known as White Zombie. This heavy metal band brought Zombie to fame.
Zombie is a fan of tattoo's and has many of them. Most of his tattoo's were his own design.
Zombie owns his own record company. It is called Zombie A Go-Go. He uses it for his own productions as well as others.
Rob married Sheri Moon (Zombie) on October 31, 2002 and they are still married today.
Zombie was born Robert Cummings but took the stage name of Rob Zombie due the type of music he plays.
Zombie played himself in the completed film titled Halloween: 25 Years of Terror.
Zombie has a film in post production which is slated to hit the theaters in 2006 in which he plays himself. The name of the movie is The Secret Life of Superfans.
Zombie also did some acting. He was Dr. Wolfenstein's Assistant in House of 1000 Corpses.
Not only did Zombie have a song used in the movie The Devil's Rejects he was the film director.
Zombie has a post-production story in final stages where he is the writer. The story is called The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.
In the remake of Psycho, 1998, Zombie's song "Living Dead Girl" seemed appropriate to the producer so it was used in the movie.
Zombie's song "Iron Head" was used in the popular movie The Scorpion King.
In The Matrix Reloaded, 2003 his song "Reload" was the main song used for the film.
Zombie has done many different music tracks which were used in many different movies. He did a song in the movie Need for Speed-Underground. In 2003, WWE Raw 2, his song "Never Gonna Stop" was used. He also had a song of his used in House of 1000 Corpses in 2003. He also wrote the score for that movie.
Zombie was the composer for the film The Devil's Rejects in 2005.
Zombie is credited for his works under several different names. Robert Cummings, Rob Straker and Robert Wolfgang Zombie.
Zombie was born on January 12, 1966 in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Zombie had originally written the script for The Crow: Salvation, and was also supposed to direct and supervise the music for the movie. Continual clashes with the producers led to his being fired from the movie. The script he had written is now the script for Legend of the 13 Graves.
Zombie Draws most of the illustrations on White Zombie's and his solo album booklets.
(Zombie talks about The Alice Cooper Show cd)
Rob: I still have the cover. It's hanging on the wall. Twenty years later, I got Alice to sign it. But it's like him being cradled in the arms of a giant Cyclops, his head in a guillotine, him holding a giant toothbrush, and he's dressed as a gangster with a machine gun. What f'in fifth grader wouldn't spend every cent he owned to get his hands on that?
Rob: I really just like touring in the US and Canada. I really don't like going anywhere else. I dislike the television. It's just like National Lampoon's European Vacation, you go over there and it's like four channels with programs on cheese making. I can't handle it.
Rob: For some reason, horror movies, they seem like good date movies. When you go to them it's all high school kids, all over each other, running up and down the isles, no one is even looking at the screen anyways, they figure they don't have to pay attention to the story anyways. We scream and yell... it's like mayhem.