White Zombie was one of the biggest metal bands of the '90s, but the group disappeared rather suddenly in 1998. Featuring the vocal talent of the erratic Rob Zombie, the band experimented with several genres in its 12-year-long career, moving from noise rock to the eccentric blend of electronic metal Zombie's solo act is known for today. While long-time metal fans exhibited mixed reactions to the group's new-school style, their sound garnered attention from bands like Nirvana and Sonic Youth. Despite their cult legacy, Zombie says the group will never reunite, and his reasoning is pretty convincing. Even if you're a die-hard fan, there are still probably a couple things you don't know about White Zombie. After all, it's pretty hard to believe Beavis & Butt-Head helped the group find mainstream success.
Sean Yseult Had To Constantly Convince Security She Wasn't A Groupie
Their Last Song Was For 'Beavis & Butt-Head Do America'Video: YouTube
White Zombie Began As A Noise Rock Group
Many Metal Fans Disliked The Band's Neon Looks And Electronic InfluencePhoto: Geffen Records
Their First Album Attracted The Attention Of Other Famous Rockstars
When The Group Broke Up, Not Every Member Was Happy About The Decision