ROB ZOMBIE – The Triumph of King Freak (First Hear)



Rob Zombie the Jester of shock rock is again with a brand new single! The Triumph of the King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition) geez, was this man some sort of professor? So we take a hearken to King Freak by Rob Zombie, is it good? let’s discover out!

Robert Bartleh Cummings, recognized professionally as Rob Zombie, is an American singer, songwriter, filmmaker, and voice actor. He’s a founding member of the heavy metallic band White Zombie, releasing 4 studio albums with the band

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7 comments

  1. Not a huge fan of it. I found this track very boring. His solo stuff has been going down hill as the same with his movies. I was a huge fan of White Zombie and Devil Music Vol1 was my favorite and Astro Creep was good but Devil Music Vol1 has a groove throughout the whole album that influenced a lot of bands including myself.

  2. Shannon Knight HVAC

    Man the intro to that song is incredible! The guitar & drums are wicked! And yes… I can totally see some pole-greasing going down to that song. Break out the dollar bills boys. 💸💸💸💸💸💸💸💸💸

  3. "In the back of my Drag-u-la!"

    I love his songs Superbeast and More Human Than Human.

    Rob Zombie was one of the best live performances I've ever seen. I saw him at Ozzfest back in 1999, I believe it was.

    I like the song, but it's a bit slow and perhaps one verse too long.

    Bye, bestie!

  4. Thx for the vid Shane D! Great stripper impression too!

  5. I like me some Zombie, but this one for me just was like "yeah, sounds like Rob Zombie." Meh. I think Shannon is right, betting this goes over well with the gentlemen's club playlists. Not that I know anything about that, um, just like what I've seen on TV and the movies and all. Just saying.

  6. You mean his real last name isn't Zombie??? 👹 And what happened to Johns 1 through 4??? (They're slammed in the back of the Dragula would be the punchline to that horrible set up of a joke… Either that, or they all went back to Marilyn Manson!!) I love the homage to the vintage/retro Rat Fink artwork! You can definitely pick Rob's music out of a lineup….very distinctive sound, even with throwing those Stevie Wonder-esque elements into it. It works, though!! (I think they call it BRANDING, darling!) I loved the remix of Dragula that was done for The Matrix soundtrack as well as White Zombie's cover of I'm Your Boogie Man by K.C. and the Sunshine Band…now THAT was a big "What the F?!?" moment the first time I heard it but awesome all the same…who knew alternative/industrial disco could be a thing?

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