The founder of his self-titled band, Rob Zombie, released the second part of his special animated interview series named ‘Zombie Interviews Zombie’ this week and revealed if he still thinks that his latest album is his best work ever.

As you may already remember, Rob Zombie released his seventh studio album named ‘The Lunar Injection Kool-Aid Eclipse Conspiracy‘ last month, and it features seventeen never-released-before tracks including the first video clip of the album named ‘Crow Killer Blues.’ The album is now available on many platforms like Amazon for the price of $10 for Audio CD, $23.99 for Vinyl, and $10.98 for Audio Cassette edition.

In the interview, Rob asked himself if he still thinks that Lunar Injection is the best-ever Zombie album ever so far. Since Rob admitted that almost every single musician in the scene claims that the latest album is the best one ever, he still thinks it’s one of the best albums of his career.

Here is what he said:

“It can be a very hollow statement because everybody says that. What are they supposed to say? But I feel the last three records have really been on an upward trajectory. When you have a career that’s long — it started in 1985 — you kind of have peaks and valleys, not just sales-wise or whatever, but just even creativity-wise.”

He continued:

“You kind of tap into a vein of something, and then that kind of expires and you’re, like, ‘Oh, where are we going now? I don’t want to just like keep repeating ourselves.’ And sometimes you get stuck. Even if you’re still making good records, you don’t feel inspired.”

You can watch the whole interview and the first video clip of the album below.

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