Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie announce joint UK arena tour - ticket details

Shock rockers will unite for four shows in November

Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie announce joint UK arena tour  - ticket details

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Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie have announced a joint UK arena tour for later this year.

The self-proclaimed 'God Of Fuck' and the former White Zombie singer will join forces for four UK arena shows, kicking off in London on November 26 at the O2 Arena. They will then play Manchester Arena on November 27, Glasgow SECC on November 28 and finally Birmingham's National Indoor Arena on November 29.

Manson is touring in support of his eighth studio album 'Born Villain', which was released in May of this year.

He recently headlined London's O2 Academy Brixton as a replacement for a planned appearance at this summer's cancelled Sonisphere Festival. You can watch an interview with Manson where he opens up about 'Born Villain' at the bottom of the page.

Zombie, meanwhile, is currently working on his fifth solo studio album, which is set to emerge sometime in 2013. His last record, 'Hellbilly Deluxe 2', was released in September 2010.

Marilyn Manson/Rob Zombie will play:

London O2 Arena (November 26)
Manchester Arena (27)
Glasgow SECC (28)
Birmingham NIA (29)


Tickets go onsale on Friday (July 27) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Marilyn Manson tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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