USA (Worcester), January 8, 2008 Review

artist: Rob Zombie date: 01/26/2008 category: live concerts

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Rob Zombie: USA (Worcester), January 8, 2008
The performance was awesome, everyone in the band had so much energy.
 Sound: 10
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 10
USA (Worcester), January 8, 2008 Reviewed by: SatanPriest, on january 26, 2008
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Sound: The sound was perfect! I wish I could've talked to the soundman that night because he did an amazing job. The quality was perfect and it was very loud but not so loud that it has that fuzzy sound quality to it. Rob's voice was just like it is on his albums, if not better. Piggy D and John 5 did a great job, and John even did a bluegrass styled solo in between one of their songs. The drums were awesome, Tommy Clufetos kept a great, heavy, and very energetic beat that made you want to just jump out of your seat and move your body. He also did a drum solo between a song. This was probably the best sound quality I've heard out of every concert I've been too. // 10

Perfomance: The performance was awesome, everyone in the band had so much energy. Rob was jumping around a lot, John and Piggy were running back and forth on stage and the Tommy had tons of energy. The setup was great, the drummer platform was over 10 feet high and had a demonic face on the front of it. The speakers on the side of the drummer platform were fenced in at the top and had female dancers in them. Two huge projection screens and 3 small TVs in front of the monitors had horror footage playing on them. The show started by killing all the lights and playing Rob's fake commercial for Grindhouse "The Werewolf Women of the SS" on the two big screens, then the screen went blank and they played "American Witch." He also played "Superbeast" (with flames shooting up when the crowd screamed "Hell Yea!"), "Living Dead Girl", with the dancers dressed as corpses, but the he sort-of rapped the "Dance On Me" part of the chorus which didn't quite fit the beat but it still sounded awesome. He played two White Zombie songs, "More Human Than Human," where he had the robot from "Dragula" come on stage, he was probably about 8-10 feet tall with green glowing eyes and fingerprint shaped lights went around the arena. John played the first riff of "Thunderkiss 65'" but stopped and Rob encouraged the crowd to scream, John started playing but stopped again and Rob got the crowd going crazy, then they finally played the whole song. After some songs from "The Sinister Urge" Rob finished with an amazing performance of "Dragula" that had the crowd going wild. // 10

Overall Impression: Overall, it was the best concert I've been too so far. Rob was very interactive with the crowd, talking between almost every song, and even walked through the crowd greeting fans. The sound and performance couldn't have been better. I think I enjoyed Rob more than Ozzy that night, but Ozzy was awesome too. This was my first Rob Zombie concert, and I was blown away, it definatly won't be my last Zombie concert, I can't wait to see him again. // 10

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