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Marilyn Manson’s Back With An Air-Turned-Blue Banger

We Know Where You F*cking Live sure as heck doesn’t pull its punches.

The lead single for Marilyn Manson’s new LP Heaven Upside Down just slipped onto the world wide web, and it’s a cracker alright.

We Know Where You Fucking Live – subtle – was premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show of September 11. Interviewed on the show, Manson confirmed that Heaven Upside Down, once scheduled for a Valentine’s Day release and originally titled Say10, would come out on October 6.

Listen to this monster, below.

Another new song, Kill4Me, is set for release before the album drops, on September 20. Heaven Upside Down is the performer’s tenth studio LP, and arrives 19 years after his best one, Mechanical Animals. Right? IDK if he’s ever been such a superbly subversive mainstream presence as he was in The Dope Show days. But that’s ancient history, now. 

Manson has previously said, to Rolling Stone, that his new album is “not very much in any way like The Pale Emperor. The people who have heard the new songs said it reminded them of their favourite parts of Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals – but with a new, different approach. It’s pretty violent in its nature for some reason.” 

Definitely feeling that violent side, with this new track. Listen to 2015’s The Pale Emperor, for future comparison, below.

Photo via Twitter

Posted on September 12th 2017, 9:01am
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