Once Rob Zombie releases Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool next year he will officially be free from the grasp of Geffen Records. And now that he's a fledgling director of award-winning films, he may never go back to the art form that first made him famous. In an interview with The Pulse of Radio he said:
"We're already trying to figure it out, 'cause this is the last record that I owe Geffen. My contract is up. Whether or not I re-sign, we haven't had that conversation, but this is the last record I'm obligated to make. I mean, I've been on the label now for like 19 years. So I don't know. I mean, it is almost becoming like you're not sure —how will people get music a year from now?"
This is terrible news! Without Zombie, who will release albums with 13-word titles?
Zombie Leaving Music Forever? [Cinemablend]