By overwhelming demand the Great American Nightmare has extended its concert run with a second Rob Zombie performance at Pomona, CA’s Fairplex (which has been creatively renamed FEARPlex) on November 1, announced today by the festival publicist. Zombie will be joined by Powerman 5000 and 45 Grave.
The night’s music will also include a late night electronic dance music after-party featuring Destroid. This is the groundbreaking live dubstep band fronted by Canadian bass expert, Exision, which also features Downlink and KJ Sawka, the former Pendulum drummer. Dirtyphonics is also on the bill. Destroid has been described as the embodiment of the live dubstep experience, and a violent vision of the future of bass music. Somehow, that just seems like the perfect soundtrack for Zombie’s haunted extravaganza.
This unique music and fright festival happens every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, until November 2. It’s a combination of a high-tech. haunted house and a spooky music event, and unlike any other. There’s something for almost everybody musically, including metal, alternative and even a little Latin.