Marilyn Manson has been consistently revealing new songs during his ongoing European tour. Manson is using the tour to promote his upcoming album, “Heaven Upside Down,” which has no set release date but is expected to come out this year. So far, the tracks Manson has performed from the album are, “Say 10,” “We Know Where You Fucking Live,” “Revelation No. 12,” and “1°.”
Though Manson is performing these new songs, he isn’t necessarily intending for the whole world to hear them until the album releases to the public. However, a fan managed to tape Manson’s performance of “Revelation No. 12,” and released it.
Manson has been consistently adding new dates to his European and American tours. Tickets for the American tour went on sale July 14th.
Manson has been involved in another project recently, separately from his album, recorded a cover of Ministry’s “Stigmata” for the new movie “Atomic Blonde,” which stars Charlize Theron. Manson recorded the cover with his bandmate Tyler Bates. Bates has also composed for “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “John Wick.”
“Heaven Upside Down” will be the tenth studio album of Manson’s acclaimed discography. Manson has walked many of life’s roads. He acts, writes, sings, composes, and was once a music journalist. He got his start in David Lynch’s “Lost Highway,” and has since been a controversial figure in American pop culture. Whatever his story, Manson has had an impressive career that continues to grow and transform.