Marilyn Manson says his new music is 'very cinematic' Get Tickets

The musician says the new songs fuse 'old blues' with 'hard elements'

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Marilyn Manson has confirmed that he is working on new music, calling the material "very cinematic".

Speaking to Kerrang, the musician said that he's currently in the process of completing a "considerable body of work". He added: "It's very cinematic. The redneck in me comes out in my voice, and its got some old blues mixed with the very hard elements. I want to retain what I think is good about the past, what music I did and who I am. It's not about being pissed about the world - it's about realising someone has to fuck things up." Manson released his eighth studio album, 'Born Villain', in 2012.

Manson is set to headline this year's Alt-Fest. The appearance will be Manson's only UK festival appearance in 2014. The new hard rock, industrial and metal event will take place from August 15-17, 2014, at Boughton Estate in Kettering, Northamptonshire. Of Manson's appearance, festival organiser Dominic Void has said: "We are ecstatic to have booked Marilyn Manson to headline for our first year; this means a lot to us and particularly our fans."

Also playing Alt-Fest are Arch Enemy, Breed77, Cradle of Filth, Covenant, Fearless Vampire Killers, Fields of the Nephilim, Killing Joke, My Ruin and Peter Hook & The Light. For more information visit alt-fest.com

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