Update: Marilyn Manson posted a new image on Twitter of his face with the word "DEFIANT" underneath. The caption reads "07.09." Could this be related to the new album? Check out the image and see for yourself.
Looks like Marilyn Manson will release a new album this year after all. The rocker has apparently finished work on the new LP and has given it a new title: Heaven Upside Down. He revealed the news on the red carpet premiere event for “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” starring Charlie Hunnam.
Aside from saying the record is finished, Manson didn’t offer any more details, like a release date, but he did say he’s going on tour in July. Maybe this means the album will be out around the same time? We’ll just have to wait and see. Check out the interview above.
Manson first dropped plans for a new album last year during an interview with AltPress when he revealed the title to be Say10 and said to expect it Valentine’s Day 2017. Fans were disappointed when Manson failed to deliver the album on this date and offered no further updates. Later, he began posting cryptic teasers on his Instagram account, one with a caption of “6:19.” Since then fans have been speculating whether or not this is a new album release date.
Manson’s summer tour is slated to begin Jul. 20 in Budapest and run until Aug. 12 in France.
Marilyn Manson’s last album was 2015’s well-received The Pale Emperor.