The founding member of the heavy-metal band White Zombie and also known as a talented filmmaker, Rob Zombie, has shared a new throwback photo on his official Instagram page today and showed off a rare picture that even he has never seen.

As you might already know, White Zombie has released their fourth and final studio album named ‘Astro-Creep: 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction And Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head’ back in 1995. According to the caption of the post, Rob and his crew were working on the album to put the finishing touches to the album while they were posing for the camera.

After sharing that rare photo, Rob did not forget to tag his old-time buddy and old band-mate from White Zombie, John Joseph Tempesta, on the capture and stated that he was working on his drum tracks for the album. This rare photo was liked by over 20K people in a really short time.

Here is what he wrote on his latest Instagram post:

“Major throwback. 26 years ago. I’ve never even seen a picture from these recording sessions. At NRG Studios back in 1994 with John Tempesta working on drum tracks for what would ultimately become Astro-Creep.

3 years later we began work on Hellbilly Deluxe.”

You can check out the photo below.