Marilyn Manson previews eighth studio album online – audio

Rocker releases 26 seconds of new track

Marilyn Manson has posted a 26-second teaser of what is thought to be his new single. Click below to hear it.

The track, which does not have a title, is the first piece of new material to emerge from the sessions for the God Of Fuck‘s eighth studio album, which he is currently recording with long-time collaborator Twiggy Ramirez.

Manson has also posted a new update on his official website, The update contains no specific details about the new album but the site has been redesigned to include a logo which reads ‘CMYK’, which is an acronym for ‘Christianity Manufactures Yesterday’s Killers’. This suggests that this may be the new LP’s title.


The new studio album will be Manson‘s first for 15 years without drummer Ginger Fish, who left the band in February and has since joined Rob Zombie‘s backing band. He has been replaced by former Nine Inch Nails sticksman Chris Vrenna.

The album will also be the first since Manson left long-time record label Interscope in December 2009 after poor sales of his last album ‘The High End Of Low’. He has since signed to Cooking Vinyl.

I am among no one (excerpt from an undisclosed song with an unreleased title) from Marilyn Manson on Vimeo.


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