Video Premiere: MARILYN MANSON's 'Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge'
July 10, 2015
MARILYN MANSON's video for the song "Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge" can be seen below. The track is taken from the shock-rocker's latest album, "The Pale Emperor", which was released on January 20 via the singer's own label — Hell, etc. — in a joint venture with Cooking Vinyl and Loma Vista Recordings.
Manson collaborated on the new album, his first in over two years, with noted film composer/producer Tyler Bates ("Guardians Of The Galaxy", "300", "The Watchmen"). Bates also joined Manson as a member of his band on the recent "The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour", alongside longtime bassist Twiggy Ramirez, Gil Sharone on drums and Paul Wiley on guitar.
"'The Pale Emperor' came from a book that I was given in 2000 by [actor Johnny] Depp," Manson recently told Full Metal Jackie.
"We have each other's back as in we have the same tattoo on our back. It covers our entire back. It was about Heliogabalus, which may be a little esoteric for our listeners. He was the emperor of Rome before Caligula. He was the first one to deny God, and that's a big deal."
He continued: "For whatever reason, I had just opened up all the boxes of my past life.
"I moved into a new house while I made this record.
"Normally, I'd title the album before the album was made, but this time I titled it after it was made.
"I unearthed all of these books and I found this book Johnny gave me in Y2K when I went to stay with him in South of France, because we thought the world was going to come to an end. Instead, we set off firecrackers and bought all the absinthe there was in different countries. I read it and it was referring to this emperor who they referred to the pale emperor and I identified with it suddenly."
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Manson revealed that many of the songs on "The Pale Emperor" were recorded in a single take. "It's dirty," he said, "like the dirt under my nails, like someone who has dug a grave."
Manson has teamed up with SMASHING PUMPKINS for "The End Times" co-headlining tour. They hit the road together starting July 7 in Concord, California, and ending on August 8 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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