Tell NME.COM what you think of the dark one's show in Minneapolis...

Marilyn Manson kicks off his GUNS, GOD and GOVERNMENT World Tour with a sold out show in MINNEAPOLIS tonight (October 27).

Manson, supported by Godhead and The Union Underground will play the Orpheum Theatre and NME.COM wants to hear from fans who catch the dark one in his live glory.

How well did the new songs from forthcoming album ‘Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death)’ stand up beside his older material, did his stage show take you on a journey to the bowels of hell, is he really the anti-Christ superstar or just a tall thin bloke with a taste for slightly odd make-up? – whatever you think, NME.COM wants to hear from you. Simply put down your thoughts and email them to news@nme.com.


Manson is set to bring the tour, the current North American leg of which rounds up in Pittsburgh on December 9, to the UK during the early part of 2001.

And UK fans are to get the first chance to see the video for his new single ‘Disposable Teens’ tomorrow (October 28). Following a premiere for US audiences on Wednesday (October 25) on MTV, the promo will be unveiled on the Saturday morning chart show CD:UK on ITV from 11.30am (BST).

‘Disposable Teens’ is released in the UK through Nothing/Interscope on November 6. The album will follow on November 13, a day later in the US.

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