ROB ZOMBIE: ‘HELLBILLY DELUXE 2’ LIMITED EDITION DELUXE COFFIN BOX SET!

Reposted from http://www.roadrunnerrecords.ca:

The “limited edition deluxe coffin box set” version of ROB ZOMBIE’s new album, “Hellbilly Deluxe 2”, is available for pre-order at RobZombie.com.

The “deluxe box set” features the “Hellbilly Deluxe 2” album, an exclusive t-shirt, exclusive belt-buckle and exclusive bandana all packaged together inside of a coffin-shaped box that is truly a piece of ghoulish artwork.

“Hellbilly Deluxe 2” is scheduled for release on February 2, 2010 viaRoadrunner Records‘ Loud & Proud imprint.

“Hellbilly Deluxe 2” track listing:

01. Jesus Frankenstein
02. Sick Bubblegum
03. What?
04. Mars Needs Women
05. Werewolf, Baby!
06. Virgin Witch
07. Death and Destiny Inside The Dream Factory
08. Burn
09. Cease to Exist
10. Werewolf Women of the SS
11. The Man Who Laughs

Zombie hinted in an online post that his new CD could be his last, saying, “Well, pretty soon the CD will be dead. All you will have left is digital downloads. So before we say goodbye to the almighty CD, I thought I would give it a big send-off. I love being able to get great artists involved on my CD artwork and this time is the best yet. Since this may be the last true CD I make, I thought I would gather three of the top artists around to contribute some killer new Zombie art for the booklet.”

The artists contributing work to the CD’s booklet are Nocturnals comic book creator Dan Brereton, animation and storyboard artist David Hartman and Italian artist Alex Horley, who has worked for Image Comics and DC Comics.

Zombie‘s recent “Hellbilly Deluxe 2” tour marked his return to the road after moderate box office success as the writer and director of“Halloween II” (Dimension). His R-rated, animated feature, “The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto”, was made available everywhere on DVD and Blu-ray September 22.

“Halloween II”, the follow-up to Zombie‘s successful 2007 remake of the original 1978 horror classic, came in at No. 3 in its opening weekend, earning $17 million at the box office. That’s far less than the $31 million his first “Halloween” flick did two years ago.

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