Hellbilly Deluxe 2 World Tour

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Hellbilly Deluxe 2 World Tour
Rob Zombie Melbourne Sideshow Poster.jpg
A promotional poster for Rob Zombie's performance in Melbourne
World tour by Rob Zombie
Associated album Hellbilly Deluxe 2
Start date October 15, 2009
End date May 26, 2012
Legs 13
Shows

150

5 cancelled

The Hellbilly Deluxe 2 World Tour is a current concert tour by solo artist Rob Zombie that began in October 2009 in support of his fourth studio album Hellbilly Deluxe 2. The tour currently consists of 12 legs spanning across Japan, North America, Europe and Australia. The tour marked the first time Zombie has performed internationally since the beginning of his solo career.

Overview[edit]

After the completion of the Hellbilly Deluxe 2 recording sessions, Zombie announced that his live band and himself were heading to Japan to co-headline the Loudpark Festival in Chiba on October 18, 2009 preceded by two headlining performance in Tokyo and Osaka.[1] The performances debuted several songs from the upcoming record and marked Zombie’s first ever solo appearances in the country.

Tommy Clufetos left the band shortly after the release of Hellbilly Deluxe 2

After returning from Japan, Zombie embarked on a tour of North America simply dubbed The Hellbilly Deluxe 2 Tour despite the fact that the album was not released until several months later.[2] The bands Nekromantix and Captain Clegg & the Night Creatures, the fictional band from Halloween II, served as the opening acts for all dates.[3] Another fictional character from the film, Uncle Seymour Coffins, hosted the Los Angeles show on Halloween.[4] The tour supported Zombie's unreleased album of the same name. The tour spanned from late October to early December. It was also the last leg of the tour to feature Tommy Clufetos on drums who left the band after the release of Hellbilly Deluxe 2 to join Ozzy Osbourne.[5]

After months of silence from the band and Zombie himself, it was announced in early March that drummer Tommy Clufetos had left the group to join Ozzy Osbourne.[6] Shortly after, it was announced that he had been replaced by Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison.[7]

Zombie had expressed interest in touring with Alice Cooper for 15 years.[8] The two united to create the Gruesome Twosome Tour which spanned 17 co-headlining dates across North America. In addition, Zombie performed 3 festival dates and performed at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards ceremony. It was also the first tour to introduce Joey Jordison on drums who had joined the band after the departure of Tommy Clufetos.[9] The tour began to incorporate a new stage setting and use of theatrics, much similar to Zombie's earlier tours. The band also filmed the music video for the song Mars Needs Women during this leg of the tour.[10]

Rob Zombie & Alice Cooper performing live in Toronto on the Gruesome Twosome tour

After the culmination of the Gruesome Twosome tour, the band took a short break as Joey Jordison returned to his primary project, the Murderdolls. The band was announced to be co-headlining the festival with Korn performing on the main stage in early January.[11] The festival marked the first time the two bands have toured with each other in 11 years.[12] The tour spanned 26 dates across the United States and Canada. The tour began on July 10 and concluded on August 14. The band also scheduled signings at the Roadrunner tent on every stop of the tour.[13] During the opening date in San Bernardino, the band came under criticism after performing the song Werewolf Women of the SS which featured swastikas on the video screens used for their stage setup. They removed the song from their setlist for the remaining dates of the festival.[14] While performing in North Carolina, John 5 jumped off a riser and broke his foot.[15] Despite the injury, he continued to perform and finished the rest of the set. He stated that this incident will not prevent him from performing for the rest of the tour.[16]

The band then returned to the road for the 2010 Mayhem Festival which began on July 10, 2010. During the opening date in San Bernardino, the band came under criticism after performing the song Werewolf Women of the SS which featured swastikas displayed on the video screens used within their stage setup. While Zombie claimed that it was all within relation to the song, he removed the song from their setlist for the remaining dates of the festival to avoid further criticism. While performing in North Carolina on August 3, guitarist John 5 jumped off a riser and broke his foot. Despite the injury, he continued to perform and finished the rest of the set and went on to finish the rest of the tour.

While in Mountain View, California, a local San Francisco radio station conducted an interview with Joey Jordison.[17] During this interview, Jordison announced that Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper and Jordison's current band the Murderdolls will be touring together in the same manner as Zombie and Cooper's previous tour, The Gruesome Twosome tour. The upcoming tour has been dubbed the Halloween Hootenanny tour.[18] Jordison also stated that he will be performing double duties on the tour, drumming for Zombie and playing rhythm guitar for the Murderdolls. Zombie had also previously announced in an interview conducted while on the Mayhem Festival that he was going to be embarking on a Halloween tour, but no more details were revealed.[19] John 5 and Zombie both later confirmed the tour on their Twitter pages. Tour dates were slowly revealed through Zombie's official website.[20]

While on the road with the Mayhem Festival, both Rob Zombie and John 5 confirmed that the band will be embarking on a tour of Europe after the completion of the Halloween Hootenanny Tour with Alice Cooper. This was later simplified down into a tour of the United Kingdom rather than the whole of Europe.[19][21] John 5 recently confirmed in an interview, for the purpose of promoting the band's appearance at the Soundwave Festival in Australia, that the band will begin their tour of the UK before embarking on their Australian leg of the tour.[22] Several dates spanning across the UK were confirmed through Zombie's official website.[23] The band will be supported by labelmates Skindred and Revoker.[24]

The band again took a short break after the completion of the Mayhem Festival as Jordison once again returned to perform with the Murderdolls in Europe. Upon his return from Europe, he returned to perform with Zombie who had once again teamed up with Alice Cooper for the Halloween Hootenanny tour, a co-headlining tour which would also be supported by the Murderdolls. Jordison performed double duties on the tour, drumming for Zombie and playing guitar for the Murderdolls. Black Label Society, Children of Bodom and Clutch supported Zombie and Cooper on October 17 by merging the Black Label Berzerkus Tour with the Halloween Hootenanny Tour for one night only.

Zombie then took the rest of the year off to work on his upcoming film, the Lords of Salem. After the completion of the script, Zombie performed three small club shows in the United States in early February before heading to the United Kingdom and Australia. A show originally planned in Reno, Nevada was cancelled due to illness. Jordison was unable to perform these dates as he was touring in Europe with the Murderdolls at the time. Zombie recruited former Marilyn Manson drummer Ginger Fish to sit in for Jordison for the shows. Zombie then returned to the United Kingdom for the first time in 12 years for a tour that completely sold out in record time.

A day before the first announcement of bands scheduled to perform at the Soundwave Festival in Australia was due to be announced, the entire line-up was leaked onto the internet which featured Rob Zombie among with many other artists.[25] Iron Maiden, Queens of the Stone Age and One Day as a Lion are set to headline the event which Zombie will co-headline with Slash, Primus, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Slayer, Stone Sour, Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, Social Distortion and others.[26] Joey Jordison's current band, the Murderdolls, are also scheduled to perform at the festival. He will be performing double duty with Zombie and the Murderdolls in the same manner as the Halloween Hootenanny Tour.[27][28]

Zombie then travelled to Australia for his first ever solo tour in the country to co-headline the Soundwave Festival alongside bands such as the Murderdolls, Iron Maiden, Queens of the Stone Age, Slayer and others. Drummer Joey Jordison performed double-duty with Zombie and the Murderdolls, similar to the Halloween Hootenanny Tour. He had stated during an interview that he would return with his band within the next couple of years for a headlining tour of his own. Jordison left the band at the end of this leg to return his focus on the Murderdolls before returning to Slipknot later in the year. Ginger Fish, who had previously filled in for Jordison on drumming duties, was announced as his permanent replacement.[29]

Zombie embarked on a second leg of Europe in June consisting of many festival appearances and headlining performances. The band received support from Wayne Static and Loaded (select dates) for this leg of the tour.[30] Zombie used a scaled down production for all of the European tour dates except for his headlining performance at the Download Festival which featured use of his well renowned pyrotechnics, video displays and stage props. The last 5 dates of the tour were cancelled due to personal reasons, the latter being that the band needed to return to the United States.[31] Zombie will then return to North America for a co-headlining tour with Slayer and supported by Exodus.[32]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Japan
October 15, 2009[33] Tokyo Japan Studio Coast
With: Slayer, Children of Bodom, Papa Roach and others[34]
October 18, 2009[34] Chiba Japan Loud Park Festival
North America, Leg #1[35]
Supported by: Nekromantix and Captain Clegg & The Night Creatures[36]
October 29, 2009 Phoenix, Arizona United States Dodge Theatre
October 30, 2009 Paradise, Nevada Pearl Concert Theater
October 31, 2009 Los Angeles, California Hollywood Palladium
November 1, 2009 Anaheim, California The Grove of Anaheim
November 3, 2009 San Jose, California San Jose Events Centre
November 5, 2009 Magna, Utah The Great Salt Air Theatre
November 6, 2009 Denver, Colorado The Fillmore
November 8, 2009 Tulsa, Oklahoma The Brady Theater
November 10, 2009 Austin, Texas Austin Music Hall
November 11, 2009 Houston, Texas Verizon Wireless Theater
November 13, 2009 Dallas, Texas Palladium Ballroom
November 14, 2009 Kansas City, Missouri Uptown Theater
November 15, 2009 St. Louis, Missouri The Pageant
November 16, 2009 Indianapolis, Indiana Murat Theater
November 17, 2009 Akron, Ohio Akron Civic Centre
November 19, 2009 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Eagles Ballroom
November 20, 2009 St. Paul, Minnesota Roy Wilkins Auditorium
November 21, 2009 Des Moines, Iowa Val Air Ballroom
November 22, 2009 Chicago, Illinois Aragon Ballroom
November 24, 2009 Louisville, Kentucky Broadbent Arena
November 25, 2009 Columbus, Ohio The LC Pavilion
November 27, 2009 Detroit, Michigan The Fillmore Detroit
November 28, 2009 Toronto, Ontario Canada The Sound Academy
November 29, 2009 Montreal, Quebec Métropolis
December 1, 2009 New York City, New York United States Hammerstein Ballroom
December 2, 2009 Boston, Massachusetts House of Blues
December 3, 2009 Uncasville, Connecticut Mohegan Sun Arena
December 4, 2009 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Electric Factory
December 5, 2009 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
North America, Leg #2
Co-Headlining with: Alice Cooper[37][38]
April 8, 2010 Los Angeles, California United States Nokia Theatre[1]
April 26, 2010 Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada MTS Centre
April 27, 2010 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Credit Union Centre
April 28, 2010 Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place
April 29, 2010 Calgary, Alberta Stampede Corral
May 1, 2010 Vancouver, British Columbia Pacific Coliseum
May 2, 2010 Kennewick, Washington United States Toyota Center
May 4, 2010 Billings, Montana MetraPark Arena
May 5, 2010 Casper, Wyoming Casper Events Center
May 7, 2010 Springfield, Missouri Shrine Mosque Auditorium
With: Godsmack, Seether, Papa Roach and others[39]
May 8, 2010[40] Little Rock, Arkansas United States North Shore Riverwalk [2]
Co-Headlining with: Alice Cooper[37][38]
May 9, 2010 Park City, Kansas United States Hartman Arena
May 11, 2010 Rochester, Minnesota Mayo Civic Center
May 12, 2010 Duluth, Minnesota Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
With: Three Days Grace, Godsmack, Alice Cooper and others[37]
May 14, 2010[41] Council Bluffs, Iowa United States Indianola Balloon Grounds [2]
Co-Headlining with: Alice Cooper[37]"|[42]
May 15, 2010 Kearney, Nebraska United States Viaero Event Center
May 18, 2010 Knoxville, Tennessee James White Civic Coliseum
May 19, 2010 Charlotte, North Carolina Uptown Amphitheatre
May 21, 2010 Toronto, Ontario Canada Molson Amphitheatre
May 22, 2010 Lewiston, New York United States Artpark
With: Limp Bizkit, Seether, Slash and others[43]
May 23, 2010[43] Columbus, Ohio United States Columbus Crew Stadium [4]
North America, Leg #3 (Mayhem Festival)
With: Korn, Lamb of God, Five Finger Death Punch and others[44][45]
July 10, 2010 San Bernardino, California United States San Manuel Amphitheater
July 11, 2010 Mountain View, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
July 13, 2010 Auburn, Washington White River Amphitheatre
July 14, 2010 Nampa, Idaho Idaho Center Amphitheatre
July 16, 2010 Phoenix, Arizona Cricket Wireless Pavilion
July 17, 2010 Albuquerque, New Mexico Journal Pavilion
July 18, 2010 Greenwood Village, Colorado Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
July 20, 2010 Maryland Heights, Missouri Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
July 21, 2010 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverbend Music Center
July 23, 2010 Camden, New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Center
July 24, 2010 Hartford, Connecticut Meadows Music Theater
July 25, 2010 Montreal, Quebec Canada Parc Jean-Drapeau [5]
July 27, 2010 Mansfield, Massachusetts United States Comcast Center
July 28, 2010 Holmdel, New Jersey PNC Bank Arts Center
July 30, 2010 Tinley Park, Illinois First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
July 31, 2010 Noblesville, Indiana Verizon Wireless Music Center
August 1, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia Lakewood Amphitheatre
August 3, 2010 Raleigh, North Carolina Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion
August 4, 2010 Virginia Beach, Virginia Virginia Beach Amphitheater
August 6, 2010 Clarkston, Michigan DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 7, 2010 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania First Niagara Pavilion
August 8, 2010 Bristow, Virginia Jiffy Lube Live
August 10, 2010 Tampa, Florida Ford Amphitheatre
August 11, 2010 West Palm Beach, Florida Cruzan Amphitheatre
August 13, 2010 Dallas, Texas SuperPages.com Center
August 14, 2010 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Zoo Amphitheatre
North America, Leg #4
Co-Headlining with: Alice Cooper & Supported by: Murderdolls[46][47]
September 30, 2010 Los Angeles, California United States Gibson Amphitheatre
October 1, 2010 Valley Center, California Harrah's Rincon
October 2, 2010 Tucson, Arizona Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater
October 4, 2010 West Valley City, Utah USANA Amphitheatre
October 6, 2010 Independence, Missouri Independence Events Center
October 7, 2010 St. Charles, Missouri Family Arena
October 8, 2010 Bloomington, Illinois U.S. Cellular Coliseum
October 9, 2010 Youngstown, Ohio Covelli Centre
October 10, 2010 Johnstown, Pennsylvania Cambria County War Memorial Arena
October 12, 2010 Binghamton, New York Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
October 14, 2010 Portland, Maine Cumberland County Civic Center
October 15, 2010 Uncasville, Connecticut Mohegan Sun Arena
October 16, 2010 Worcester, Massachusetts DCU Center
October 17, 2010 Columbia, Maryland Merriweather Post Pavilion
October 19, 2010 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Performing Arts Theater
October 20, 2010 Nashville, Tennessee Nashville Municipal Auditorium
October 21, 2010 North Little Rock, Arkansas Verizon Arena
October 23, 2010 Grand Prairie, Texas Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
October 24, 2010 Corpus Christi, Texas Concrete Street Amphitheater
North America, Leg #5
Supporting Alice Cooper
December 18, 2010 Phoenix, Arizona United States Comerica Theatre
North America, Leg #6
February 6, 2011 Santa Cruz, California United States The Catalyst Nightclub
February 9, 2011 Chico, California The Senator Theatre
February 10, 2011 Sacramento, California Ace of Spades
Europe, Leg #1
Supported by: Skindred and Revoker[48][49]
February 16, 2011 London England Brixton Academy
February 17, 2011 Manchester Manchester Apollo
February 18, 2011 Newcastle O2 Academy Newcastle
February 20, 2011 Glasgow Scotland O2 Academy Glasgow
February 21, 2011 Leeds England O2 Academy Leeds
February 22, 2011 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
Australia (Soundwave Festival)
With: Iron Maiden, Queens of the Stone Age, One Day as a Lion, Slayer and others[26]
February 26, 2011 Brisbane Australia RNA Showgrounds
February 27, 2011 Sydney Eastern Creek Raceway
March 3, 2011 Melbourne Festival Hall [6]
March 4, 2011 Melbourne Showgrounds
March 5, 2011 Adelaide Bonython Park
March 7, 2011 Perth Claremont Oval
Europe, Leg #2
June 3, 2011 Nürburgring Germany Rock am Ring
June 5, 2011 Nürnberg Rock im Park
June 6, 2011 Oberhausen Turbinenhalle
June 7, 2011 Berlin Astroballe
June 10, 2011 Sölvesborg Sweden Sweden Rock Festival
June 12, 2011 Donington England Download Festival
June 14, 2011 Hamburg Germany Große Freiheit
June 15, 2011 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
June 17, 2011 Clisson France Hellfest Summer Open Air
June 19, 2011 Lausanne Switzerland Docks
June 20, 2011 Vienna Austria Gasometer
June 21, 2011 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
June 23, 2011 Vitoria Spain Azkena Rock Festival
June 25, 2011 Imola Italy Sonisphere Festival
June 26, 2011 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting
North America, Leg #7
July 14, 2011 Cadott, Wisconsin United States Rock Fest
July 15, 2011 Sioux Falls, South Dakota KRRO Fest
July 17, 2011 Tulsa, Oklahoma Brady Theater [5]
July 20, 2011 Reading, Pennsylvania Sovereign Center
July 22, 2011 Detroit, Michigan DTE Amphitheatre
July 23, 2011 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Stage AE
July 24, 2011 Toronto, Ontario Canada Heavy T.O. Festival
July 27, 2011 Winnipeg, Manitoba MTS Centre
July 29, 2011 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Credit Union Centre
July 30, 2011 Calgary, Alberta Scotiabank Saddledome
July 31, 2011 Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place
August 2, 2011 Victoria, British Columbia Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
August 3, 2011 Vancouver, British Columbia Rogers Arena
August 5, 2011 Portland, Oregon United States Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum
August 6, 2011 Seattle, Washington WaMu Theatre
North America, Leg #8
May 11, 2012 Holmdel, New Jersey United States PNC Bank Arts Center
May 12, 2012 Scranton, Pennsylvania Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
May 16, 2012 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Stage AE
May 18, 2012 Grand Rapids, Michigan The Deltaplex
May 20, 2012 Columbus, Ohio Rock on the Range Festival
May 22, 2012 La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse Center
May 24, 2012 Sioux City, Iowa Tyson Events Center
May 25, 2012 Park City, Kansas Hartman Arena
May 26, 2012 Pryor, Oklahoma Rocklahoma Festival
  • 1^ = Performance at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards ceremony
  • 2^ = Co-headlining performance at Lazerfest
  • 3^ = Headlining performance, not a part of the Soundwave Festival
  • 4^ = Rescheduled from February 8, 2011
  • 5^ = Headlining performance with Slayer

Cancelled dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue R
June 28, 2011 Dublin Ireland The Olympia Theatre 1
June 29, 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Ulster Hall
June 30, 2011 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Corn Exchange
July 1, 2011 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival
July 2, 2011 Helsinki Finland Sonisphere Festival - Kalasatama
  • 1 Dates cancelled due to the band needing to return to the United States

Personnel[edit]

Songs performed[edit]

Support acts[edit]

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