Rob Zombie and his band signed copies of the group's new album, "Educated Horses", on Tuesday (March 28) at the Virgin Megastore in New York City. Check out pictures from Wire Image, Film Magic.
"Educated Horses" is the former WHITE ZOMBIE vocalist's first collection of new music since 2001's "The Sinister Urge", following a break in which he wrote and directed his first two feature films, "House of 1000 Corpses" and "The Devil's Rejects".
The title of the album, "Educated Horses", comes from Zombie's childhood when he used to go on the road with his family, who worked in carnivals that often featured trained animals.
Zombie is currently scripting his next feature film, but has not yet announced what it will be. An animated movie based on his El Superbeasto comic book character is due out sometime later this year.
Zombie is touring in support of "Educated Horses" and performs Saturday night (April 1) in Worcester, MA.
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