Rob Zombie has announced a 2015 North American Tour set for this summer. The Super Monster Sex Action Tour kicks off on June 2 at the Civic Theatre in New Orleans, LA and presale information is below. Zombie’s new live album International Spookshow Live is set to drop on February 24 via Zodiac Swan/T-Boy/UMe. Zombie is also in the mixing process of his brand new studio album is complete. Zombie announced the news a few weeks ago via Twitter, stating that it’s his “best album yet. no joke”. The new album will be Zombie’s sixth studio effort and was mixed by Zeuss (Hatebreed, Soulfly, Crowbar, Whitechapel, Shadows Fall). Zeuss also mixed on Zombie’s live album International Spookshow Live and his live DVD The Zombie Horror Picture Show, as well as his last studio effort Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor which debuted at #7 on the Billboard Top 200 and ranked #36 on’s list of the Top 50 Rock Albums of 2013. While there is no official word on a release date yet, the album should be out sometime later this year. – by Matt Bishop

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Rob Zombie 2015 Tour

Date Venue Location Tickets
Jun 02 Civic Theatre New Orleans, LA Presale
Jun 04 Charter Amphitheatre Simpsonville, SC Presale
Jun 05 nTelos Wireless Pavilion Portsmouth, VA Presale
Jun 06 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ Presale
Jun 08 Packard Music Hall Warren, OH Presale
Jun 09 Riverbend Music Hall Cincinnati, OH Presale
Jun 10 Eagles Ballroom Milwaukee, WI Presale
Jun 12 Centennial Terrace Sylvania, OH Presale
Jun 14 Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn Indianapolis, IN Presale
Jun 16 Stage AE Pittsburgh, PA Presale
Jun 18 Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT Presale
Jun 19 Tags Summerstage Big Flats, NY Presale
Jun 28 Jam Ranch Grand Junction, CO


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