First of all i'm not a huge fan of Rob Zombie, well not of his music.
When the first song started "Jesus Frankenstein" it thought this could be the beginning of something good, but i pretty much was wrong there, because it suddenly changed into something else, for me that ruined the whole creepy tone that i thought was going to be the song.
For me a lot of the songs has good riffs but Zombie kinda uses them all the way through the entire song, that could be a positive thing if you only could keep the parts interesting even if you still use the same riffs during the entire song, but after hearing the riffs like a hundred times it flops.
I feel this album was a little bit rushed, because the songs aren't welled planed. . Anyway it's not a bad album but not as good as Hellbilly Deluxe 1.
The song "Mars Needs Women" i really though Zombie was going for an acoustic song, but then again the song changed the whole dynamic and ruined it.
The album has songs that kinda goes up and down, some could remind you of Black Sabbath, Velvet Revolver, Rage Against Machine, Korn, also the cool synth sounds and cellos works very well.
The album was written by Rob Zombie and John 5, and that's cool because you can really hear the guitar solo's from John 5.
If you are going to a party, bring this album, because it sure reminds me of a good horror party. I bet Zombie had a lot of fun making this album.
Some of the highlight on this album is: What, Burn, Werewolf Baby, The Man Who Laughs.