HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The racket from a new skate park in Connecticut is too much for rocker Rob Zombie.
The town of Woodbury has taken steps to reduce the noise following complaints from Zombie and his wife about the park near their home in the small Litchfield County community.
First Selectman Gerald Stomski says the town has taken several measures to muffle the noise and is also looking into the possibility of moving the park to another location. The $53,000 park opened in early April.
Zombie has written on Facebook that they are trying to find a solution that will make everyone happy.
Zombie began his career with the '80s shock-rock band White Zombie has reinvented himself as a contemporary horror film master with new classics like "House of 1000 Corpses."