MARILYN MANSON Interviewed By KERRANG! Magazine (Video)

On July 4, Kerrang! magazine conducted an interview with controversial American singer Marilyn Manson. You can now watch the chat below.

MARILYN MANSON's new album, "Born Villain", sold 38,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 10 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD arrived in stores on May 1 via Cooking Vinyl and Manson's own label Hell, Etc.

"When I started to make this record, I decided that I didn't like who I was," Manson said in a previous interview. "I didn't want to be who I used to be. I wanted to be who I know I could be, and that's an evolving process. But the whole key to it is that if you stagnate, if you become something that no longer transforms, there's nothing inspirational about it."

MARILYN MANSON and ROB ZOMBIE are hitting the road together this fall, co-headlining the "Twins Of Evil" tour. Debauchery, theatrics, ghoulish imagery, and a full-on assault of all the senses are what's in store for fans when the tour kicks off, first in the U.S. and then with a 10-country sweep through Europe.

Kicking off September 28 when both Zombie and Manson co-headline the first day of the Desert Uprising festival in Phoenix, Arizona, expect defiant rock 'n' roll showmanship in the form of these unholy rollers with the first U.S. date wrapping in Dallas on Halloween, October 31.

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