MARILYN MANSON will be issuing his long-awaited DVD/VHS, entitled Guns, God And Government, on September 24th via Eagle Vision Entertainment. It reportedly contains MANSON performances taped in Los Angeles, Japan, Russia, and Europe.The DVD version also features behind-the-scenes footage of MANSON on the streets of Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Rome, London, Wichita (Kansas), and New York. In addition, it contains band biographies, a discography, and a photo gallery. MANSON is readying a pay-per-view special for later this summer under the same name, but each featuring different content. "The pay-per-view is all done but it is not at all what you will see on the DVD that I have now taken complete charge of," the singer wrote on his official web site. "I think you deserve to see the best that we have, and I intend to show it." Guns, God & Government is set to retail at $19.98 for the VHS and $24.98 for the DVD. MANSON has completed work on his next Nothing/Interscope studio set, The Golden Age of Grotesque, due this fall. It will be the band's first recording since the exit of long-time bassist Twiggy Ramirez, who was replaced by ex-KMFDM/SHOTGUN MESSIAH member Tim Skold.
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