Marilyn Manson Appears To Be Teasing New Music Amidst Legal Troubles

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Outside of his ongoing and current legal battles, it has been a long time since we have heard from Marilyn Manson. The last record the shock-rocker released was 2020’s We Are Chaos – however, per a new Instagram post of his, Manson appears to be teasing the release of new music.

This post involves a couple of new photos of Manson. The photos themselves do not provide too much detail – Manson sits in a dark room, is holding a microphone, and there is some sort of creepy face in the background.

In the caption associated with these photos though, the shock-rocker shares the following:

“I’ve got something for you to hear.”

While the comment is vague, there is a chance that Manson is likely alluding to the release of brand-new music.

Historically speaking, there has tended to be two to three years between when Manson releases an album; the one exception to this is the four years between The Golden Age of Grotesque and Eat Me, Drink Me. So, if that timeframe is an indication of anything, then one could assume that Manson might be preparing the release of a new song, or even an album – given that it has been three years since the release of We Are Chaos.

In other news related to Marilyn Manson, a judge recently threw out some key claims in his defamation lawsuit against actor Evan Rachel Wood.

Back in 2022, Manson filed a lawsuit against Wood for defamation, claiming she made up allegations that he sexually abused her during their relationship. In 2021, Wood named Manson as her abuser, claiming “he started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years.”

If you are interested to find out what key parts of Manson’s defamation lawsuit were thrown out, follow the link below the photo.



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