Marilyn Manson News
For many, Charles Manson cult killings ended era of love
The gruesome slaughter of seven people in 1969 turned Charles Manson into the leering face of evil on front pages across America and rewrote the history of an era
Charles Manson, whose brutality made him face of evil, dead
Charles Manson has died after nearly 50 years behind bars, where he was sent for the brutal slayings of seven people in 1969
Marilyn Manson , Gwen Stefani, Dhani Harrison and Carla Bruni music reviews
Last week, Marilyn Manson returned to his more shocking side, Gwen Stefani dropped a Christmas album, George Harrison’s son Dhani mixes a familiar sound with experimental electro edges and former first lady of France Carla Bruni releases a well-curated collection of covers. Marilyn Manson’s “Heaven
Marilyn Manson injured by falling prop at NYC show
Rocker Marilyn Manson had to cut short a New York City show Saturday night after he was crushed by a falling set piece. A representative for the singer confirmed to The Associated Press that Manson, 48, was injured and taken to a local hospital. The extent of his injuries was unknown, but the show
Katy Perry says she grew up in a religious 'bubble beyond the bubble'
Katy Perry is still working through her religious childhood. The daughter of evangelical Christian pastors, Perry told Vogue , for the May issue, that she grew up sheltered in a "bubble beyond the bubble." That meant she was not "allowed to interact with gay people" and she experienced what she
Marilyn Manson Excited 'Like a Kid On The First Day of School' To Return to TV in 'Salem'
It's been a couple of years since Marilyn Manson fans saw him on the small screen, but that doesn't mean that the Prince of Darkness hasn't been busy. Manson took some time out while on the road to chat about his guest-starring role in WGN America's "Salem," which returns for its third season
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Muse, Of Monsters And Men, Sharon Van Etten, Tamia, Ash and More
This week veteran arena-alt-rockers Muse continue to march toward the apocalypse on its latest offering, Icelandic sensation Of Monsters And Men return with a second album, singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten hands in a stirring five-song EP, R&B singer Tamia returns to the major label ranks,
Smashing Pumpkins Kicks Off 'The End of Times' Tour with Marilyn Manson
Billy Corgan and Jeff Schroeder discuss their new album "Monuments to an Elegy," which was released in December.
Music Reviews: The Latest From Bjork, Sleater-Kinney, The Decemberists and More
This week, Bjork drops a surprise album, celebrated rock trio Sleater-Kinney make a triumphant return, the Decemberists offer up their latest dose of highly-literate folk-rock, Fall Out Boy continue to try merge elements of rock and pop and Marilyn Manson explores his dark, bluesy side. January is
Inside The Rekindled Feud Between Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love
So after a few quiet years, Esquire magazine figured that Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love had "buried the hatchet," but it seems like that may not be the case. After asking, "We've got to ask how you and Courtney Love buried the hatchet?" during a Q&A with Manson that ran yesterday, the rocker