MARILYN MANSON Returning To 'Antichrist Superstar' Sound On Forthcoming Album spoke to Marilyn Manson at the Scream Awards last night (Saturday, October 18) in Hollywood, California. Manson revealed that he is "pretty much finished" with his next album that he wrote solely with bassist Twiggy Ramirez, who reunited with Manson back in January. Guitarist Wes Borland (BLACK LIGHT BURNS, LIMP BIZKIT), who joined Marilyn Manson in August, will "just be touring with the band." According to the singer, the sound of the new album "will be more like [1996's] 'Antichrist Superstar'." The CD is not expected to drop until early 2009.

Ramirez toured with Manson earlier this year for the first time since 2002. The two co-wrote "Antichrist Superstar", "Mechanical Animals" and "Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)" together and Manson told The Salt Lake Tribune this past spring that he couldn't be happier about Ramirez returning.

"I missed having my best friend," Manson said. "We were like brothers."


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