Sean Richardson of the Boston Phoenix talked with Rob Zombie in a story focusing on him and Ozzy Osbourne and the pair’s mutual admiration. Talking about his solo career, Zombie didn’t expect much when Hellbilly Deluxe dropped. “When you end your band and try to do a solo thing, it usually never works. I was mentally preparing myself for it not to work so I wouldn’t be surprised when it didn’t,” Zombie said, adding “For it to sell three million was great. I think it was mostly because my intent was never to get away from my original sound.” The full story at BostonPhoenix.com has since been removed.