Marilyn Manson co-founder and original guitarist Scott Putesky, aka Daisy Berkowitz, has teamed up with Florida’s electro-punk darlings Kill Miss Pretty to write and record a new album for release this summer.
The new CD will include their recently released single collaboration “Judy Garland”, as well as new KMP songs and a remake of the early Marilyn Manson & Spooky Kids track “She’s not My Girlfriend”.
You can download “Judy Garland” here. On February 20th in Ft. Lauderdale, for the single release party for Judy Garland, SMP joined KMP onstage for 3 songs including Judy Garland, Manson’s Dogma, and a freaked out version of Nirvana’s Negative Creep. This proved the impetus as KMP and SMP began rehearsing and writing immediately thereafter. The first full show featuring the KMP/SMP lineup will take place April 23rd at Will’s Pub in Orlando, FL, and will be the live premier of the “She’s Not My Girlfriend” remake. Opening the show will be rock veterans Rock City Angels, and Vascular Symphony.
Says Putesky, “This is the kind of thing early Manson/Spooky Kids fans can really enjoy. KMP have established themselves as a fresh musical voice and visual delight very much in the spirit of The Spooky Kids. I’m happy to be having fun and working with creative, open, and like-minded performers. Russ, Alicia and Martin and I go way back – like 8 tracks. Plus they’re freaks in their own right.”
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