Spinning the World on a Skeleton Hand 

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After five albums (give or take a remix), Rob Zombie still represents a clearinghouse of death metal, gore and go-go dancers, spun through dark, deep riffs -- only now, he has three mainstream movies under his studded belt, a cartoon on the way and a smoking-hot lady he met at Toad's Place in Connecticut (and married on Halloween 2002). True to his cult fans and his own long-running obsession with horror movies and heavy metal, he still does things on his own terms. This director, writer and living dead showman performs at Toad's Place with In This Moment Monday, Jan. 7, at 7:30 p.m. This show is sold out. 648-TOAD or visit www.toadsplacerva.com.

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