Review and Photos by Terry MayerThe MC master of the macabre Rob Zombie, brought his fire and brimstone act to Madison with all of it's darkness blackening the minds of the faithful. Fans crammed towards the front to spill their drinks and hail their chief. With his traditional cowboy hat, and space devil clothes, Zombie entered the arena and took the reigns from the audience. Running back and forth, Zombie looked like a man without direction, but with some internal voice guiding him on. With his go-go girls dancing in the background, the motley strains of "Living Dead Girl" blasted it's poison from the darkness.
The stacatto beats of "Dragula" opened the door to the cool dragster memories from The Munsters. Even thought it wasn't a huge turnout the crowd more then made up for it with blood and zeal. A few bodies got passed around, but even this crowd seemed to tire of the adolescent antics and focused more on the music. Zombie's music, which is a step above other heavy metal bands of today, can still command the attention of a good size crowd. With Ozzfest 2002 looming around the corner, Zombie will soon be back and biting again.
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