Yep, the star's gonna be scaring the customers at the Virgin Megastore in London's Oxford Street...

MARILYN MANSON is to give his first ever UK instore signing at the LONDON OXFORD STREET VIRGIN MEGASTORE on January 23, NME.COM can exclusively reveal.

Manson will be joined by the rest of his band at the signing, but they will not be performing any songs live. The signing session will commence at 6pm.

A spokesperson for Manson commented: "The original idea was to do it a little earlier, but the council raised objections because of the number of people who may turn up. This is the first time he's done something like this in the UK, so we really don't know what to expect!"

Tickets for the in-store signing will be issued at 11am this Sunday (January 21) on a strictly first-come first-served basis. They will be available from the Customer Services desk at the Virgin Megastore on Oxford Street.

Manson is in the UK to perform a small arena tour, which calls at: Birmingham NEC (January 21)
Manchester Evening News Arena (22)
London Docklands Arena (24)

His new single, 'The Fight Song' is released on February 12 via Nothing/Interscope.

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