Sean Yseult Says She Would Be Open To A White Zombie Reunion For Hypothetical Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction

During an interview with Overdrive, Sean Yseult was asked if she would be open to performing with White Zombie again for a special event like a hypothetical Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction. She responded by saying: “I would.”

Yseult also offered the following when asked if working on the band’s “It Came From N.Y.C.” box set brought back memories and whether or not it gave her closure:

“Yes and no… and yes and no. As you mentioned, it was mostly [guitarist] J. [Yuenger] and I and past members. Rob [Zombie] edited a lot of it out, and we let him out of respect. Some of it I understood, some I did not. In the end, I think there was enough new information and imagery in there for it to be something exciting for our fans.”

She also reflected on the end of the group:

“We were burnt out and for various reasons, and with other people involved besides bandmembers, one in particular, Rob was in no way going to do White Zombie any further. J. and I had both agreed to do one more.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Young Musicians From The O’Keefe Music Foundation Share Video For Cover Of White Zombie’s “More Human Than Human”

Seven kids from The O’Keefe Music Foundation have shared a quarantine video for their cover of White Zombie‘s “More Human Than Human.“ You can check that out below:

White Zombie’s “La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. I” To Be Pressed On Purple Vinyl For 25th Anniversary

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of White Zombie‘s “La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. I,” the effort will be released on limited edition 180 gram purple vinyl on September 29 (limited to 2,000 copies). Preorders are available at

[via The PRP]

White Zombie Stream Rare Track “Scarecrow #2”

White Zombie are streaming a rare early track titled “Scarecrow #2,” via The Wall Street Journal. This song will be featured in the band’s new box set, “White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C.,” which will be released on June 3, via Numero Group. It will include either 5-LP’s or 3-CD’s, a 108 page book, a “shirtography” from 1984-1989, rare photos, and more.

Click the LINK to go to the stream.


White Zombie To Release “It Came From N.Y.C.” Box Set In June

White Zombie will be releasing a new box set called “White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C.“ on June 3, via Numero Group. It will include either 5-LP’s or 3-CD’s, a 108 page book, a “shirtography” from 1984-1989, rare photos, and more. Preorders can be found HERE.

Track Listing:

“God’s On Voodoo Moon” 7″-1985

“Gentleman Junkie”
“King Of Souls”
“Tales From The Scare Crow Man”
“Cat’s Eye Resurrection”
“Black Friday” (previously unissued)
“Dead Or Alive” (previously unissued)

“Pig Heaven” 7″ – 1986

“Pig Heaven”
“Slaughter The Grey”
“Scarecrow #2” (previously unissued)
“Red River Flow” (previously unissued)
“Rain Insane” (previously unissued)
“Paradise Fireball” (previously unissued)

“Psycho-Head Blowout” 12″ EP – 1987

“Fast Jungle”
“Gun Crazy”
“True Crime”

“Soul-Crusher” 12″ LP – 1987

“Shack Of Hate”
“Drowning The Colossus”
“Crow III”
“Die Zombie Die”
“Truck On Fire”
“Future Shock”
“Scum Kill”
“Diamond Ass”

“Make Them Die Slowly” 12″ LP – 1989

“Disaster Blaster”
“Acid Flesh”
“Power Hungry”

“God Of Thunder” 12″ EP – 1989

“God Of Thunder”
“Love Razor”
“Disaster Blaster-2”


White Zombie Vinyl Box Set To Be Released In 2016

White Zombie will be releasing a new vinyl box set next year. Rob Zombie, Sean Yseult and J. Yuenger have all been collecting material for the effort, which is expected to be released in either the spring or summer.

Yseult told Artisan News the following about the release:

“J. and I —and, actually, Rob got in on it too — we’ve been working on a box set that’s gonna be with Numero Group. It’s coming out, I believe, this spring or summer. We’ve been working on it for over a year.”

“There’s, I think, fifty pages of liner notes. They’ve been interviewing us all for months and months. J. and I sent them all of our White Zombie ephemera— from t-shirts to old punk rock flyers to everything—and they did a beautiful job on the booklet. It’s gonna be a box set—all vinyl, all the early records that we started in 1985. And Rob and I had our own label. So all these things coming back out on vinyl. And some of the extra tracks that I didn’t even remember.

When we were in the studio, usually we used everything we recorded, but some of the things we had a couple of extra songs here and there. So there’s gonna be a few surprises. I was surprised. And I was actually surprised how good these records sound, to be honest. That’s a different-sounding band, ’cause we started off kind of punk and we went through different guitarists every three months. So it changed the sound, but you can really see the path of the band evolving.”

She also said that none of the members have talked to Zombie, since they disbanded.