VIDEO: Marilyn Manson’s “Deep Six”
Earlier this week, I shared with you a new song from Marilyn Manson called “Deep Six”, and some of you may have thought “I just want to see the video for it.” Your wish has been granted. Directed by Bart Hess, the song is from his forthcoming album due on January 20th called The Pale Emperor (Loma Vista). The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour will begin in the nation’s capital a day later.

January 21, 2015… Washington, DC (The Fillmore)
January 23, 2015… Philadelphia, PA (Electric Factory)
January 24, 2015… Sayreville, NJ (Starland Ballroom)
January 26, 2015… New York, NY (Terminal 5)
January 27, 2015… Long Island, NY (Paramount)
January 28, 2015… Boston, MA (House of Blues)
January 30, 2015… Pittsburgh, PA (Stage AE)
January 31, 2015… Bethlehem, PA (Sands Bethlehem)
February 2, 2015… Toronto, ON (Sound Academy)
February 3, 2015… Detroit, MI (Fillmore)
February 5, 2015… Chicago, IL (Riviera Theatre)
February 7, 2015… Milwaukee, WI (Eagles Ballroom)
February 9, 2015… St. Louis, MO (The Pageant)
February 11, 2015… Denver, CO (Filmore)
February 13, 2015… Tempe, AZ (Marquee)
February 14, 2015… Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues)

AUDIO: Marilyn Manson’s “Deep Six”

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According to the press material, “rock stars went extinct but Marilyn Manson is still here” so if the Foo Fighters are not rock stars, maybe they’re just a cool band with punk roots. This means Marilyn Manson may be someone else within the rock star persona, that could be very true if you think about it. New album out on january 20th called The Pale Emperor, bow down to his likeness to a new song called “Deep Six”. Think about it: you’re dead now.

SOME STUFFS: Marilyn Manson to tour in 2015

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The first batch of concert dates don’t last for a full month, but Marilyn Manson will be back on stage in support of his album The Pale Emperor, due out January 20th. A day later, he’ll begin his road adventures in the nation’s capitol as part of what he calls The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour. Most of the people playing with him have regular names: Paul Wiley (guitar), Gil Sharone (drums), and album collaborator Tyler Bates (guitar) but returning with Manson for the journey is longtime bassist Twiggy Ramirez.

January 21… Washington, DC (The Fillmore)
January 23… Philadelphia, PA (Electric Factory)
January 24… Sayreville, NJ (Starland Ballroom)
January 26… New York, NY (Terminal 5)
January 27… Long Island, NY (Paramount)
January 28… Boston, MA (House Of Blues)
January 30… Pittsburgh, PA (Stage AE)
January 31… Bethlehem, PA (Sands Bethlehem)
February 2… Toronto, ON (Sound Academy)
February 3… Detroit, MI (Fillmore)
February 5… Chicago, IL (Riviera Theatre)
February 7… Milwaukee, WI (Eagles Ballroom)
February 9… St. Louis, MO (The Pageant)
February 11… Denver, CO (Filmore)
February 13… Tempe, AZ (Marquee)
February 14… Las Vegas, NV (House Of Blues)

Tickets will go on sale beginning November 21st, head to for more information.

VIDEO: Marilyn Manson’s “Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge”

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Yes, it’s brand new music from Marilyn Manson and this song is called “Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge”. You can say it’s a song that is needed during a time when there are musical droughts out there.

No, this video is not the proper one for the song, it’s what is being called a “viral video”. In other words, you see Manson in the video but it’s just wallpaper, nothing more. It’s for you to get into the song and feel its vibe. If you want to download the MP3 of the song for yourself, head to