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Wednesday 22.01.14

Roskilde Festival 2014 gets scary! Rob Zombie confirmed

The charismatic hellraiser joins the line-up with The Black Dahlia Murder and Corrections House.

While the Danish winter is cold and evil, we announce a trio of American metal names.

ROB ZOMBIE (US) has built a show in the depraved rock tradition of Alice Cooper and Ozzy Osbourne. The devilish treats are based on cartoons, bloody horror movies and raven-black hard rock that is danceable, scary and wickedly funny. The American icon was also confirmed in 2011 – but back then he wasn’t able to make it after all. It’s a great pleasure to have this rock spectacle back on the festival poster in 2014.

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER (US) plays engaging and melodic death metal with European inspiration. Each new record and tightly knit tour schedule from this hardworking unit draw them closer to their sources of inspiration such as Carcass, At The Gates and In Flames. Everybody into brutal music should look forward to a death metal treat that is fast, furious and fun, played by people who obviously love the genre.

CORRECTIONS HOUSE (US) consists of members from celebrated metal acts Neurosis, Eyehategod, Minsk and Yakuza. With this enigmatic new project they experiment with industrial, goth, electronics, baritone saxophone and nihilistic spoken word. This new context lets the band members take their signature sounds into surprising directions. The debut album Last City Zero has surprised fans of the aforementioned bands by being something completely different to what was expected.

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Rob Zombie has built a show in the depraved rock tradition of Alice Cooper and Ozzy Osbourne.
 

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