January 12, 1965 in Haverhill
Haverhill, MA, United States
Robert Bartleh Cummings born January 12, 1965 is better known as Rob Zombie. The American musician, screenwriter, film director and film producer hails from Haverhill, Massachusetts. He is the former lead singer of the rock/metal group White Zombie. Later becoming a successful solo artist he had disbanded the group after his first solo album. This was 1998 release called Hellbilly Deluxe and it sold more in its first week than any of the band's previous albums ever did. His "Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)" (1996) performed with Alice Cooper, was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 39th Annual Grammy Awards.
This song's lyrics reminds me of 90's road movies, when driving through vast deserts towards a much desired destination (California in that case) and you know which movie specifically? Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas, it MOST DEFINATELY could be included in the movie score, on a driving scene somewhere....
These lines are the sound of the picture when a girl appears inside your eye-field, you know, all the cliches, she blokes her hair and you experience it in slow motion, like time if moving slower when watching her and then speeding up whenever you look somewhere else, to catch up...
Rob Zombie April 29, 2016