ROB ZOMBIE Explains Arkansas Concert Cancelation (Audio)

Rob Zombie was forced to cancel his October 6 concert in Little Rock, Arkansas due to safety concerns, not only for himself and the band and the crew, but importantly for his fans. The cancelation was due to weather conditions that not only made it dangerous to set up the stage for the show but also conditions that the fans would have been watching the show in.

Rob phoned local radio station 100.3 The Edge to explain the position reached and to let everyone know the show had been rescheduled to October 29. All tickets will be honored.

You can listen to Rob‘s interview with 100.3 The Edge below.

Zombie recently completed work on his new album for an early 2013 release. The CD was produced by Bob Marlette, who has previously worked with everyone from BLACK SABBATH and ALICE COOPER to WILSON PHILLIPS and LYNYRD SKYNYRD.

In a recent interview with Loudwire, Rob stated about the album, “For what its worth — and I know everybody says this — I really think it’s our best record ever.”

He continued, “You know, you struggle at times writing songs and other times you feel very inspired. This is a very inspired record and I think it’s the perfect combination of what I’ve done on my own and what WHITE ZOMBIE has done in the past combined. And the few people that have heard it had that reaction.

“You know, my wife is very honest when I play her music she won’t say something good, if she doesn’t like it she’ll just go, ‘That sucks.’ She’s very honest, which is good. She’s been there for everything, she was on the WHITE ZOMBIE tour. I mean, she loves it. The only person that’s been to more shows of mine than her is me. And she heard it the first time and that was exactly her response. She was like, ‘Wow. That seemed like the best of the old days mixed with the best of the new days.’ So, I’m excited for people to hear it.”

The singer released a collection of remixes of various ZOMBIE tracks on August 7 called “Mondo Sex Head”. The remixes feature some of the hottest names in the growing electronic dance music scene, along with contributions from Jonathan Davis of KORN and Chino Moreno of DEFTONES.