MARILYN MANSON: U.S. Dates Announced

MARILYN MANSON has scheduled the following U.S. dates:

Jan. 19 - Hard Rock - Orlando, Florida
Jan. 20 - The Fillmore - Miami, Florida
Jan. 22 - The Tabernacle - Atlanta, Georgia
Jan. 24 - Rams Head - Baltimore, Maryland
Jan. 26 - The Orpheum - Boston, Massachusetts
Jan. 27 - Electric Factory Ballroom - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jan. 29 - Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, New York
Jan. 30 - Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, New York
Feb. 01 - House of Blues - Cleveland, Ohio
Feb. 02 - Promowest Pavilion- Columbus, Ohio
Feb. 04 - State Theatre - Detroit, Michigan
Feb. 05 - Aragon - Chicago, Illinois
Feb. 07 - Eagles Ballroom - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Feb. 08 - Myth - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Feb. 10 - Pageant - St. Louis, Missouri
Feb. 11 - Uptown Theater - Kansas City, Missouri
Feb. 13 - The Fillmore - Denver, Colorado
Feb. 14 - Saltair - Salt Lake City, Utah
Feb. 16 - Orpheum Theatre - Vancouver, British Columbia
Feb. 18 - Paramount Theatre - Seattle, Washington
Feb. 20 - Warfield - San Francisco, California
Feb. 22 - The Wiltern - Los Angeles, California
Feb. 23 - The Wiltern - Los Angeles, California
Feb. 25 - House of Blues - San Diego, California

In other news, Marilyn Manson was a guest on the UK's "The Graham Norton Show" Thursday night. You can watch the entire episode below.

Manson has called his sixth studio album, "Eat Me, Drink Me" his most personal record yet, with many of the lyrics inspired by the end of his marriage to burlesque dancer Dita von Teese, the depression that followed, and his new romance with Evan Rachel Wood.

The video for the album's first single, "Heart Shaped Glasses", features several softcore sex scenes between Manson and Wood. When asked by Rolling Stone how her parents reacted to the clip, Manson said, "Well, I had to have a drink with Evan's mother and father. The main thing that needs to be established is that I might share my life with her, but that does not incriminate her in my behavior...Basically, I'm not as bad in the way they'd like to think I am. But I'm bad in a different way. I'm always going to be bad."

The shock rocker also called Wood "the most unique, stand-alone person who doesn't need a relationship with me to further her career."


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