The star offers another preview of his eagerly-anticipated new album...
Marilyn Manson has revealed another brand new song, ‘CRUCI-FICTION IN SPACE’, via his website, [url=]www.marilynmanson.net.
The 30-second clip of the song, which will appear on Manson‘s forthcoming album ‘Holy Wood (In The Shadow of the Valley of Death)’ was posted on his official site, yesterday (August 16) – accompanied by a piece of artwork featuring five humanoids.
As with ‘The Love Song’, the first track Manson posted on the Internet last week (August 9), the clip is heavy rock with Manson singing over grinding guitars.
In the track, Manson is heard to sing: “This is your creation / The atom of Eden / One’s a bomb.”
Manson has promised to post at least one unique piece of ‘Holy Wood…’ artwork and/or music on the site each week.
Speaking in this week’s NME, out nationwide now, Manson revealed that he has already earmarked two songs, ‘The Fight Song’ and ‘Disposable Teens’ as singles and said that the latter had been inspired by shamed glam rock icon Gary Glitter. He said: “It’s got a bit of a ‘Glitter’ beat and it’s called ‘Disposable Teens’. I’m sure that’s a subject that Gary can relate to – wherever he is.”
Other tracks cited for inclusion on the follow-up to his 1998 ‘Mechanical Animals’ album include ‘Target Audience (Narcissus Narcosis)’, ‘”President Dead”‘, ‘The Nobodies’, ‘A Place in the Dirt’, ‘The Death Song’, ‘Burning Flag’, ‘Lamb of God’, ‘In the Shadow of the Valley of Death’, ‘Coma Black’, ‘God Eat God’, ‘Valentines Day’ and ‘The Fall Of Adam’.
‘Holy Wood…’ will be released on October 24 through Nothing/Interscope.