Airdate Set For MARILYN MANSON 'Mad TV' Appearance

October 28, 2004

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that November 13 has been set as the date for MARILYN MANSON's appearance on the Fox network's "Mad TV", airing at 10:00 p.m. MANSON taped a performance of his new DEPECHE MODE cover, "Personal Jesus", on October 15. According to postings on a MANSON newsgroup, MANSON unveiled his new band lineup at the taping, which features former NINE INCH NAILS drummer Chris Vrenna and former FIGHT/DANZIG guitarist Mark Chaussee.

Vrenna is subbing for Ginger Fish, who was injured in a stage fall during a German TV performance last month. There's no word on whether Chaussee is the permanent replacement for guitarist John 5, who was dismissed from the group earlier this year.

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