ZOMBIE FEST

But fans of Chris Cornell and Civilian will be disappointed...

ZOMBIE FEST
ROB ZOMBIE has replaced RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's new band on the US OZZFEST tour.

As previously reported, Chris Cornell left the group he formed with the remaining members of Rage Against The Machine.

The band, rumoured to have named themselves Civilian, recorded enough material for an album and announced their intention to appear on the US leg of Ozzfest this summer.

However, following his departure the slot was left vacant, and Rob Zombie will take their place.

Ozzfest US takes place between July and September.

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