Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper: Freaks on Parade 2024 Tour

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August 30, 2024 @ 6:00 pm
Pine Knob Music Theatre
7776-7812 Sashabaw Rd
Independence Charter Township
MI 48348

Rob Zombie 1990S GIFRob Zombie has mastered all angles of shock rock’s horror theatrics as both the frontman of his own “spookshow” solo act and the writer, director and music supervisor for nightmare-fueling films like 2005’s​ The Devil’s Rejects and the 2009 remake of Halloween. Zombie broke into the New York underground scene in 1985 as the co-founder and vocalist of White Zombie. By combining a childhood obsession for classic horror movies with musical interests that ranged from industrial rock to dance music, he cemented the band as one of the most influential alternative-metal acts ever by the time they disbanded in 1998.

exclaimdotca music concert canada festivals GIFAlice Cooper Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer Cooper brings an all new show and very different look than recent tours. Dubbed as “Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back,” new music is expected in time for the tour, produced by his longtime collaborator Bob Ezrin. He produced 2017’s acclaimed Paranormal album, featuring friends like ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, U2’s Larry Mullen Jr, and Deep Purple’s Roger Glover, as well as original Alice Cooper band members Neal Smith, Dennis Dunaway and Michael Bruce. Cooper’s most recent release was in 2018 with the live album A Paranormal Evening At The Olympia Paris. In addition to recording and touring both on his own and with the Hollywood Vampires (with pals Joe Perry and Johnny Depp), Cooper continues his nightly syndicated radio show “Nights With Alice Cooper,” heard worldwide on over 100 radio stations.

Al Jourgensen 80S GIFMinistry:  Legendary industrial metal outfit Ministry has been shaking fans to the core with their bone-crushing live shows for more than three decades, and their upcoming tour dates may be the final chance to see them in action. Longtime Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia died of a heart attack in 2012, prompting frontman Al Jourgensen to declare that the band’s 2013 album From Beer to Eternity and accompanying tour would be their last. It’s a bittersweet moment for fans — they get to see the Jourgensen and company let it all hang out on their historic farewell tour dates, but it’s also the end of an era. The bland plans to honor their legacy and Scaccia’s life by doing what they do best — delivering ferocious, decibel-shattering performances packed with industrial metal classics like “Stigmata” and “Jesus Built My Hotrod”.