MARILYN MANSON's new single, "Slo-Mo-Tion", will be released next week.
The cover artwork for the effort can be seen below.
The singer took to his Twitter last week to post a couple of photos from the "Slo-Mo-Tion" video shoot. The first tweet stated, "Just finished the #SloMoTion moving picture show." There is no information on who is directing the clip or when the video will be released.
"Slo-Mo-Tion" comes off MARILYN MANSON's new album, "Born Villain", which 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.
MARILYN MANSON's previous album, "The High End Of Low", opened with 49,000 units back in May 2009 to debut at position No. 4 on The Billboard 200 chart. This was roughly half of the first-week tally registered by 2007's "Eat Me, Drink Me", which landed at No. 8 after selling 88,000 copies.
MARILYN MANSON's 2003 album, "The Golden Age Of Grotesque", entered the chart at No. 1 with first-week sales of 118,000.
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