The Antichrist Superstar keeps texting the alt-country singer about joining forces on the Wizard of Oz classic.
Both Marilyn Manson and producer Shooter Jennings heap high praise on the shock rocker’s upcoming album.
The shock rocker’s post insinuates the 11th studio album might be on the way.
The tour kicks off May 30th in Paso Robles, California and runs through June 27th in Detroit.
The rendition of the iconic Doors song will help soundtrack the Stephen King miniseries The Stand.
The North American tour kicks off May 27th in Atlanta, Georgia.
The unusual mosh pit took place during Manson’s performance at Travis Scott’s hip-hop fest.
The shock rocker will be joined by Lita Ford on the three-week tour in the spring.
The grotesque metal masters will bloody up this holiday season with five dates to end the year.
The singer will appear in the third season as the frontman of fictional band Blood Death.
The EP will be available September 13th for download and on limited-edition vinyl.
Marilyn Manson’s debut album arrived July 19th, 1994, via Nothing Records.