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Listen to Marilyn Manson’s “WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE” From His New Album ‘Heaven Upside Down’

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Listen to Marilyn Manson’s “WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE” From His New Album ‘Heaven Upside Down’

One year ago Marilyn Manson got his fans in a frenzy when he announced his new album, SAY10, for release on Valentine’s Day. A teaser clip from the title track would come a few months later displaying Manson and what looked like Donald Trump’s decapitated body. It was shot by Tyler Shields, who was behind the photo shoot that got Kathy Griffin into hot water. V-day came and went with not a word from Manson, who continued to tease the forthcoming album for months. It’s now official and with it comes a single and tour information. Finally.

Marilyn Manson confirms this morning an October 6 release for the newly titled Heaven Upside Down. The announcement comes with a rip-roaring new single, “WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE”, which trolls the dark frenetic territory that made Manson a God-like figure to so many.

The ten tracks on Heaven Upside Down were recorded in Los Angeles and create a cinematic sonic palette that harkens back to the ferocity of seminal Manson albums Portrait of an American Family and Holy Wood. On the new album, he reunites with producer and film composer Tyler Bates following an epic collaboration on Manson’s critically acclaimed 2015 release The Pale Emperor.

Themes of violence, sex, politics and romance slice through Heaven Upside Down. Manson asks his fans to brutally pledge their devotion on “KILL4ME” and delves into new genres with a trap beat on the track “SAY10” as he proclaims “I’m a legend, I’m not a fable.

Manson’s sensationalist music and art that rejects conservative values created an icon who has infiltrated fashion, television, film, and music, and whose fingerprints coat modern culture. 20 years into his career, Manson is still a lightning rod of controversy and the pageantry and debauchery of his life are perfectly intact.

On September 27, Manson will kick off a world tour. See full schedule below.

HEAVEN UPSIDE DOWN TRACKLIST:
1. Revelation #12
2. Tattooed In Reverse
3. WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE
4. SAY10
5. KILL4ME
6. Saturnalia
7. JE$U$ CRI$I$
8. Blood Honey
9. Heaven Upside Down
10. Threats of Romance

STREAM/BUY “WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE”:

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PRE-ORDER HEAVEN UPSIDE DOWN:

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D2C – http://found.ee/MM_Store-r


MARILYN MANSON 2017 TOUR DATES:

SEPT 27 – SILVER SPRING, MD @ THE FILLMORE SILVER SPRING
SEPT 29 – PITTSBURGH, PA @ STAGE AE
SEPT 30 – NEW YORK, NY @ HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM
OCT 02 – BOSTON, MA @ HOUSE OF BLUES
OCT 03 – HUNTINGTON, NY @ THE PARAMOUNT
OCT 05 – TORONTO, ON @ REBEL
OCT 07 – CAMDEN, NJ @ ROCK ALLEGIANCE
OCT 08 – COLUMBUS, OH @ EXPRESS LIVE!
OCT 10 – CHICAGO, IL @ RIVIERA THEATRE
OCT 11 – MILWAUKEE, WI @ EAGLES BALLROOM
OCT 12 – KANSAS CITY, MO @ FREAKER’S BALL
OCT 14 – THE WOODLANDS, TX @ HOUSTON OPEN AIR
OCT 15 – GRAND PRAIRIE, TX @ FREAKER’S BALL
OCT 17 – TULSA, OK @ BRADY THEATER
OCT 19 – DENVER, CO @ FILLMORE AUDITORIUM
OCT 20 – SALT LAKE CITY, UT @ THE COMPLEX
OCT 22 – SACRAMENTO, CA @ AFTERSHOCK FESTIVAL
OCT 23 – OAKLAND, CA @ FOX THEATER
OCT 26 – PHOENIX, AZ @ ARIZONA STATE FAIRGROUNDS
OCT 27 – LAS VEGAS, NV @ HOUSE OF BLUES
OCT 28 – LAS VEGAS, NV @ HOUSE OF BLUES
NOV 05 – DEVORE, CA @ OZZFEST MEETS KNOTFEST
NOV 12 – HELSINKI, FI @ ICE HALL
NOV 14 – STOCKHOLM, SE @ ANNEXET
NOV 15 – ELSINORE, DK @ HAL 14
NOV 16 – HAMBURG, DE @ SPORTHALLE
NOV 18 – MUNICH, DE @ ZENITH
NOV 19 – PRAGUE, CZ @ TIP SPORT ARENA
NOV 20 – VIENNA, AT @ GASOMETER
NOV 22 – TURIN, IT @ PALA ALPITOUR
NOV 23 – ZURICH, CH @ SAMSUNG HALL
NOV 25 – BERLIN, DE @ VELODROM – UFO
NOV 27 – PARIS, FR @ ACCOR HOTELS ARENA
NOV 28 – EINDHOVEN, NL @ KLOKGEBOUW
NOV 29 – DUSSELDORF, DE @ MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC HALLE
DEC 01 – NANCY, FR @ ZENITH
DEC 02 – BRUSSELS, BE @ FOREST NATIONAL
DEC 04 – MANCHESTER, UK @ 02 APOLLO
DEC 05 – GLASGOW, UK @ 02 ACADEMY
DEC 06 – WOLVERHAMPTON, UK @ CIVIC HALL
DEC 08 – NEWPORT, UK @ NEWPORT CENTRE
DEC 09 – LONDON, UK @ SSE WEMBLEY ARENA

MARILYN MANSON ON THE WEB:
http://www.marilynmanson.com
https://twitter.com/marilynmanson
https://www.instagram.com/marilynmanson
https://www.youtube.com/user/MarilynMansonVEVO
https://www.facebook.com/MarilynManson/



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COMMENTS

19 Comments
  • Lady Bathory

    The Pale Emperor was a fantastic album! I’m really excited for this! Also I love the Say10 video…

  • Darkhearst

    I thought in Holywood he was going downhill, and haven’t listened to anything new since then. But I suppose I’ll check this out. It can’t be worse than what Nine Inch Nails has become.

    • Darkhearst

      I just listened to half of it. I couldn’t deal with it.

      • Jérémy Kuprowski

        While I could hardly argue that Nine Inch Nails’ prime was years ago, I don’t think it’s that bad. It’s only logical that artists who’ve been in the profession for so long get stale after a while… But what can you do from there? Rehash the same thing forever? Or try something new? Either way, fans won’t like it…

        In my opinion Nine Inch Nails ,and most of all Trent Reznor, are still brilliant minds in the industry. Even if I tend to enjoy Trent’s “How To Destroy Angels” more than NiN now.

        (As for Manson, I don’t disagree with you… He’s far from his best)

      • KwaneYarnell

        Kudos to you for listening to ‘half of it.’

        I don’t like Manson’s ‘musical taste,’ but I find his themes and subject matter interesting. He reminds me of Poe, yet it is ironic how Edgar Allen Poe is cited as a gothic genius yet Manson is feared and despised for his obliquely silly Satanism. Manson never attains the level of misanthropy and misery that Poe packed into his dark, deviant visions. Poe was a drug addict, Manson is not.

        Sigh, most people don’t have the ‘cajones’ to listen to music, read a book or look at art to which they are diametrically opposed or which upsets their narrow minded weltanschauung.

        Tiny minds are nice and snug and have no use for introspection nor dissonance.

  • American Atheist

    It’s funny, since I’ve become an atheist the whole (anti)religion aspect to his music seems silly now. When I was growing up (in a catholic house) MM was supposed to be evil and you’d go to hell if you listened to his music. It made it more appealing. I still enjoy his older stuff. Mechanical Animals was the last one I’ve listened to.

    I’m not the angry youth I once was (or thought I was) anymore. I used to listen to Pantera 24/7 growing up. I listened to Pantera recently (still enjoy Dime Bag’s riffs) and laughed that I used to get all “hardcore” listening to it. Like I was pissed off at the world. Lol. I’m more disappointed than angry with the world in my older age.

    • KwaneYarnell

      You should read Hannah Arendt’s “The Banality Of Evil.”
      It sounds as though you might find it an ‘interesting read.’

      • American Atheist

        Cool. I always enjoy a good read. Appreciate the recommendation.

    • Tan Shearer

      Kay dude.

  • MrX13

    Just heard the song and it’s not bad and not great but an ok type of song. I enjoyed his earlier stuff more but still like him as a musician.

  • Dan Warren (Forgottenretroworl

    Dark and dirty as ever!

  • Tan Shearer

    I’m sorry but is this 2003? Since when was Marilyn Manson relevant again?

    • The chicken man

      You obviously didn’t hear his last amazing album, and therefor your opinion, is not relevant. 🙂

      • Tan Shearer

        I did and it was only okay. No urge to listen to any of the songs again. After Golden Age of Grotesque he was much pretty done in terms of relevance and controversy. People aren’t shocked by the whole “omg he tore up a Bible” thing anymore. It’s quite socially acceptable to be an Atheist now.

        • The chicken man

          Oh, you were a baby in the 90s. I see. You can’t possibly get it.

          No worries. Rock on, or whatever you kids call it.

          • Tan Shearer

            What does my age have to do with anything?

  • Meh. Not loving this. I’d read it was going to sound more like their “mainstream” hits, but this just sounds like one of their very generic ‘noise’ tracks.

  • tyler

    I have always been a Manson fan… but this is below mediocre. I see why the constant delays have happened now. Each album comes out and I cross my fingers it will be the next Golden Age of Grotesque, Holy Wood, or Mechanical Animals… still waiting. His remakes are awesome – I wish he would just make an entire album of remakes as his material on his last 3 or 4 albums just are not cutting it anymore.

  • drijcore

    How many layers deep is the self-parody at this point?

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