MARILYN MANSON's Biography To Receive Long-Overdue Swedish Release

June 27, 2007

Marilyn Manson's biography "Long Road out of Hell" will finally receive a Swedish release. The book will be published by Sweden's BTM Books and will be in in stores all across the country on June 28.

"Despite that the book is almost eight years old, it's a valid reflection over his life and why he's become the man and artist he is today", says Charlotta Lindell, head of BTM Books.

"Long Road out of Hell" was co-written with author/journalist Neil Strauss, who has also worked on such best-selling titles as "The Dirt" (MÖTLEY CRÜE),"How to Make Love Like a Pornstar" (Jenna Jameson) and "The Game".

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