MARILYN MANSON: 'This Is The New Shit' Video Shot In Belgium?

According to the MARILYN MANSON fan site MansonUSA, MARILYN MANSON shot live-performance footage for their new video, "This Is The New Shit", in Leuven, Belgium on June 17. Fans who wanted to be in the video were asked to show up wearing a grey shirt at the place where the concert was to be held later that evening. A local newspaper reported that only 100 people were eventually selected to appear in the clip, the group's second for their current album, "The Golden Age Of Grotesque". Additional footage was shot during the concert, which ended up starting two hours late due to the video shoot earlier in the day.

MARILYN MANSON are currently on tour in the U.S as part of Ozzfest 2003. The traveling festival's next stop will be Thursday (July 3) at Coors Amphitheatre in San Diego, California.


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