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Album Review

Perhaps co-defining the future of heavy metal, White Zombie's major-label debut nearly equals fellow classics Guns N' Roses' Appetite for Destruction, the Cult's Electric, and Soundgarden's Badmotorfinger in significance. With a funky rap-metal undercurrent, these metal monsters combine Black Sabbath's riff sludge and Metallica's rhythmic intensity, a combination that would again resurface in the late '90s. On La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1, Zombie and co. take listeners on a hokey carnival ride capable of inducing vomit yet provide an exhilarating, heart-throbbing metal experience. Tactless and continuously shocking, lyricist Rob Zombie reveals blatant tales of muscle cars, sleazy encounters, and Fangoria-mustered fantasy, clearly paying homage to vintage trash culture. Complemented by Russ Meyer film soundbites and demonic aura, Zombie ridicules middle American Leave It to Beaver values and insolently challenges the politically correct. Diabolical manifestos such as the barbaric "Soul-Crusher," macabre "Spiderbaby (Yeah-Yeah-Yeah)," and sexually indiscreet "Thrust!" will intrigue those yearning for lewd explicitness but may offend traditional hard rock enthusiasts. "Thunder Kiss '65," an ode to Russ Meyer's 1965 busty B-movies Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! and Mudhoney, remains this album's most listenable and enduring highlight. Along with perverted lyrics, Rob Zombie's vocal snarls and the band's muscular metal thunder produce the furious concoction that secures La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1's place in heavy metal history. Weak appetites for raunchy, tongue-in-cheek decadence need not apply. ~ Jacob N. Lunders, Rovi

Customer Reviews

If you like music...

...then you must own this album! When I first purchased this album I was instanlly hurled into puberty. It may possibly do the same for you. Buy this album, be a man! And if you are a lady, buy this album, and be a man!

Black Sunshine!!!

This is one of the best heavy metal albums of all time. You can see Rob Zombie beginning to build a career that is still holding up today. I was sad when I found out that theses guys probably won't get back together. They were truly the Alice Cooper of their time, as designated by Cooper himself. Besides the thunderous opening guitar riff at the beginning of Thunderkiss 65' and the song itself, there are other great parts of the album. Like the song Black Sunshine. Look for the legendary Iggy Pop doing the opening and ending monologues. Overall, this album is a classic. I suggest buying the whole thing.


This album is a must have for any fan of "Horror Culture". I love that each one of these songs' conjures up images of "MIdnight Monster Movies", muscle cars, tattoes and Go-Go Dancers. There is no doubt that this is White Zombies best album. Kill White Zombie Kill !!!


Formed: 1985 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

For metalheads who thought bands like W.A.S.P. and Mötley Crüe just weren't menacing or heavy enough, White Zombie was the perfect antidote for a period of time during the mid- to late '90s, fusing B-horror movie visuals and subject matter with heavy music and growled vocals. And while White Zombie was originally thought to be a full-fledged band, it would later become known that the group was almost entirely the vision of its larger-than-life singer, Rob Zombie. Hence, the White Zombie story begins...
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