MARILYN MANSON makes a guest appearance in "Dead In Hollywood", the first video from MURDERDOLLS.MURDERDOLLS singer Wednesday 13 told Launch about the clip. "Actually, our guest star is Marilyn Manson. Manson. You know that guy? Marilyn Manson? Not Charles Manson. And so y'know, he has a role in it, which I can't reveal 'till the video comes out, 'cause it's special." Jordison told Launch how the singer was recruited for the clip. "I've been friends with Manson since 2000, hung out with him at the Kerrang! Awards in England in 2000. Later that year, he asked me to do a remix for 'The Fight Song', which actually ended up on the 'Fight Song' single and Resident Evil. And then we went on tour on Ozzfest together and y'know, became pretty good friends and you know, came time for us to do this video — actually he was going to sing on couple of songs but that didn't come through because he was finishing up his album. And then came time for the video and he expressed interest in doing that too, so that was cool that it worked out that way." MURDERDOLLS' debut album, entitled Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls, is due on August 20th through Roadrunner Records.
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