Holding the title of ‘king of controversy’ since 1994, Marilyn Manson will soon be performing in Denver.
From his intense performances accompanying his radical lyrics and his role as a scapegoat for the Columbine shootings, Manson has been the nightmare of parents and anyone else that takes offense to his persona. He has frequently been called an anti-christ superstar.
Manson’s new album Pale Emperor was released early in January, so it is time for Manson to hit the stage again. Pale Emperor is Manson’s first album in three years, his last album being Born Villain. Manson released Pale Emperor through his own label, Hell, etc. Manson dedicated this album to his mother who passed away while the album was being produced.
The shock rocker’s tour, The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour, is coming to Denver on Wednesday, February 11th. The tour started on January 21st in D.C. and tour will go until February 14th ending in Las Vegas.
You can witness Manson at The Fillmore Auditorium at 7 p.m. Tickets are $69. Manson will be backed by Tyler Bates, a producer that Manson met while on the set of the TV show Californication, Twiggy Ramirez who joined Manson in ’98, later leaving the band in ’02 and just now rejoining for Pale Empreror, Gil Sharone one of Manson’s original backers, and Paul Wiley who first joined Manson in 2014.
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