Marilyn Manson reveals tenth album will be called ‘SAY10’

It lands on Valentine’s Day next year…

Marilyn Manson has revealed that his tenth studio album will be called ‘SAY10’, and will land on February 14 next year.

The album title is seemingly a play on the word “Satan”, and the recording will follow last year’s ‘The Pale Emporer’, which NME writer said Louis Tomlinson said showed “more of the real Manson” than previous album’s when it was released in January 2015.

Manson revealed the details of the new album in an interview with Alternative Press, which you can watch below.

Last month (June) Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor revealed that his band had a competition with Manson to freak the other out. The two acts toured together as part of Ozzfest in 2001, with Taylor describing how he once drank his own vomit to gross out Manson. “I was pretty lit, pretty much for that whole tour,” Taylor told Rolling Stone. “I do remember throwing up in a cup and drinking it in front of Manson and he kind of freaked out. He didn’t really know how to take it.”

That news came after it was revealed that Slipknot will tour North America with Manson this summer. The two acts will team up for a co-headline stint this year, with Of Mice & Men announced as supports.

In March Justin Bieber also uploaded a photo of himself hanging out with Manson in Los Angeles along with the caption: “Night out in LA with the boys.” The unlikely pair had paid tribute to each other on numerous occasions in the preceding weeks, first with Bieber donning a Marilyn Manson t-shirt onstage, and then with Manson responding by wearing a Bieber shirt of his own.