MARILYN MANSON To Perform At Germany's COMET 2004 Awards

MARILYN MANSON is scheduled to perform his new single, "Personal Jesus" (a DEPECHE MODE cover) at the German awards show Comet 2004 on September 24. This event will mark the first public performance by Manson in 2004 since the Grotesk Burlesk tour's completion last December. Other acts scheduled to perform on the show include Avril Lavigne, R.E.M. and Nelly Furtado.

In other news, Manson will introduce his "buddy" Avril Lavigne when she performs on the Fox TV show "Fashion Rocks" on September 8 in New York City. The event will be televised on Fox on September 26.

MARILYN MANSON will release a "best of" collection, entitled "Lest We Forget", on September 28. The compilaion will contain rare photos and artwork by Manson himself. The "deluxe edition" will feature an accompanying DVD containing "the entire video catalog," including the previously unreleased uncensored clip for "(s)AINT", directed by Italian actress Asia Argento.



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