When we looked up Marilyn Manson’s latest Instagram, the one he posted his picture wearing Mr. Meeseeks (cartoon character from Rick and Morty) blue knitted hat and tagging Shooter Jennings and Justin Roiland (creator of Rick and Morty), and left the message that “ on my way to @shooterjennings to finish my new album ”, we were also informed that his long-gestating new album will come out soon since 2017’s Heaven Upside Down.
Rob Zombie announced his 2019 Summer tour with Marilyn Manson co-headlining notorious “Twins of Evil” earlier this year. The “Hell Never Dies” tour will hit 20 venues in the US and Canada, starting from the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland on July 9 and ending their last show at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire on August 13. (Click here for tickets).
Produced by Shooter Jennings, Duff McKagan’s Tenderness officially released in February, which is McKagan’s new solo album without the joint of Guns N’ Roses. Jennings and Manson previously collaborated in 2016, the two musical talents teamed up for an eerie, spooky and ghostly rendition of David Bowie’s “Cat People”. It would be rejoiced for fans to wait for their new album even if Manson didn’t drop any hints about the due.
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