In a new interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Music for his podcast, Marilyn Manson runs through his ‘At Home With’ playlist and chats about many topics with the great radio host. He discussed past encounters with David Bowie, Nicolas Cage, Noel, and Liam Gallagher of OASIS, and Rick Ross, the controversial nature of his songs, pursuing other art forms in the absence of live shows, the difference between Marilyn Manson and Brian Warner, and more. Manson’s acclaimed new Shooter Jennings-produced album, We Are Chaos (review here) is out now from Loma Vista Recordings.
Twenty-five years plus into his career, Marilyn Manson continues to be an enigma, wrapped tight inside a riddle, not wishing to be fully known. By never making the same album twice with his namesake band, he continues to defy expectations, and be equally loved and hated. While his early albums are masterworks that others from the 1990s would kill to rest their reputations on. However, as the rockstar gains on years and gets further away from his early years, he has transformed into a much more interesting character than when he was freaking out pastors and scarring moms and dads.
Marilyn Manson will release his eleventh studio album, “We Are Chaos”, on September 11 via Loma Vista Recordings. Produced by Grammy Award winner Shooter Jennings (Brandi Carlile, Tanya Tucker) and Manson, the ten-track album was written, recorded, and finished prior to the COVOD-19 pandemic hit. Listen to the title track and lead single, the dark folk and Americana-influenced “We Are Chaos”, released today along with a video is directed, photographed, and edited by Matt Mahurin (Metallica, Alice In Chains). Continue reading