Kurt Sutter, creator of the American television drama series "Sons Of Anarchy", tweeted on April 8 that he has been listening to one of the new songs from shock rocker Marilyn Manson. He described the track as "potent," "creepy" and "cool."Sutter previously revealed that he had written some lyrics for Manson and that he wanted to feature some of Manson's new music in the seventh and final season of "Sons Of Anarchy". Sutter tweeted yesterday: "Look for [Manson] in season 7. He'll be the guy riding the dragon." Manson has appeared in a handful of movies and TV shows before, most recently on the Showtime series "Californication" — where he played himself — and the Sundance Channel program "Wrong Cops". He spent most of last year touring behind his 2012 album, "Born Villain".
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