(review) Rob Zombie – The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy

Rob Zombie is back with his new album. You can love or hate his works, since White Zombie days to his solo albums, but the man has imagination and ideas. I love his movie work, I watched all his movies many times and every time I watch them again, I always see something new. Such great atmosphere, gore and poetry. This new album contains 17 songs of carnage in the vein of Rob Zombie. That means industrial metal with touch of psychedelia, horror punk even garage rock and hard rock. Heavy use of electronics and samples is fine by me, I love electronics and samples when they are used cleverly and fit perfectly to the song structure. There are couple of short songs that serve more of intros or instrumental intermezzos between acts of this psychodrama. Listening to this album is like watching Firefly family rampaging, stomping around and loving it. My highlights recommended songs: Shadow of the Cemetery Man, The Eternal Struggles of the Howling Man.

8/10

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