Rumors has been swirling around the web that Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights Orlando would be hosting a Rob Zombie-themed experience this year, and the rumors have been confirmed this morning by the rocker-turned-director, who announced that the annual event will indeed host a scare zone based on his 1998 solo debut Hellbilly Deluxe.
Inspired by the heavy metal horror music of Rob Zombie, guests will be surrounded by otherworldly beings, brutal maniacs and menacing machines all while they scream along to Zombie’s haunting lyrics on the streets of Orlando.
The album’s song titles are set to come to life, including "Living Dead Girl", "Superbeast", "Dragula", "How to Make a Monster", "Spookshow Baby" and several others.
"You know his music, now it’s time to live it. Step into the heavy metal horror of Rob Zombie’s music and imagery in this pulse-pounding scare zone. From otherworldly beings to brutal maniacs, you’ll come face-to-face with his twisted creations as the music cranks to a frenzy."
This isn't the first time that Zombie's work has been brought to life for Halloween Horror Nights, as the event hosted a House of 1,000 Corpses maze back in 2010.
What would you like to see from the new scare zone?