Marilyn Manson names new album

Singer reveals title refers to his 'state of being'

Marilyn Manson names new album
Marilyn Manson has announced the title for his new studio album.

The hard rocker revealed that the new record will be called 'The High End Of Low' on his official site Marilynmanson.com.

The singer explained that the title referred to “a self-described state of being that I’m in. You’re going to be fucking freaked. It’s the shit”.

The follow up album to 2007’s 'Eat Me, Drink Me' is currently in the mixing stage, although there is no official release date yet.

Manson added that he will be filming the video for the album’s first single, 'I Want To Kill You Like They Do In The Movies', later this month.

“It’s nine minutes long,” he said. “Severely sadistic. Basically it's murder, sex, death, the end.”

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