MARILYN MANSON Guests On New York's K-ROCK 92.3 FM: Audio Available

MARILYN MANSON stopped by the studios of New York's K-Rock 92.3 FM Radio on Thursday (Nov. 18) to talk to Booker about Trent Reznor, his relationship with fiancée Dita von Teese and his failed romance with actress Rose McGowan, among other topics. Listen to the 16-minute interview at this location.

MANSON is currently touring North America with his new band lineup, which features former NINE INCH NAILS drummer Chris Vrenna and former FIGHT/DANZIG guitarist Mark Chaussee.

Vrenna is subbing for Ginger Fish, who was injured in a stage fall during a German TV performance in September. There's no word on whether Chaussee is the permanent replacement for guitarist John 5, who was dismissed from the group earlier this year.

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