The COVID pandemic has had Rob Zombie bunkered down with his wife, Sheri Moon, at their other home in Connecticut. There since March, he says it's "the longest I've ever been stuck in one place ever in my life because usually there's a tour or something." There are no tours on the horizon, but there is a new album, his seventh solo LP and first in five years, coming soon: The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy. Ahead of its release, we reunited the "monster metal" icon with comedian Brian Posehn, who is not only a friend but also a collaborator, having appeared as the ill-fated Jimmy in 2005's The Devil's Rejects. As they discussed, to Zombie, horror is no laughing matter.
To celebrate Rob Zombie on the Winter 2020 cover, Revolver has created a special limited-edition slipcase. These hand-numbered slipcases include the newsstand/subscriber issue and an alternate cover only available in this product. All cover photography was done by the talented Justin Borucki.
In addition, this bundle includes an exclusive Revolver 7” vinyl variant of “The Triumph of King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition)” on white.
We’ll throw in a 1-year membership to Revolver magazine (starting with the next issue).
Order yours today! Only 333 are available.
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