Thursday, January 31, 2013

Rob Zombie reveals new album details

Rob Zombie will release his new studio album, “Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor”, on April 23rd.

The project will be released on veteran rock manager Andy Gould’s newly-formed label, T-Boy Records (via Universal Music), which will serve as an umbrella label releasing new music and albums from established iconic hard-rock bands with major followings.

Gould has managed Rob Zombie since his days in White Zombie. Gould’s track record includes sales exceeding 15 million worldwide and seven Grammy nominations with Zombie including securing deals for Rob to become one of only a handful of people to have unprecedented success for six feature films as the writer and director.

“We have had a great deal of success in the past with Rob Zombie,” explains Gould. “We want to sign rock bands with brand names that do good business on the road, and have been underserved by the major label system. The idea I had arose out of discussions with the other managers of major hard-rock acts who all felt their artists could benefit from an improved label experience. We’re looking to super-serve this niche audience, which is tremendously loyal, and is often even larger internationally than here in the States.”

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