Marilyn Manson Signs New Record Deal, Teases Comeback Single


Marilyn Manson has signed a record deal with the metal label Nuclear Blast, and apparently is set to release his first new music since a number of sexual abuse allegations essentially put a halt to his career. The embattled shock rocker teased a one-minute snippet of new song on his social channels.

The snippet was also shared by Nuclear Blast, with a rep confirming to Rolling Stone that the label has indeed inked a deal with Manson. No song title has been revealed but the audio clip features Manson whispering the line, “Keep sleeping/ I’ll make you dream of me.”

In February 2021, Manson’s ex-fiancée Evan Rachel Wood went public with accusations against the rock star, declaring, “He started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years.”

A slew of other accusations soon followed by more than a dozen women. Manson has since settled a couple of lawsuits, including one filed by Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco. However, a few cases still remain active, with Manson set to face trial in 2025 for allegations made by his former assistant Ashley Waters.

Following the initial accusations, Manson was dropped from his record label at the time, Loma Vista Recordings. His last studio album is 2020’s We Are Chaos.

In addition to inking the record deal, Manson recently announced his first tour since 2019. The summer North American run will him supporting Five Finger Death Punch, as well as playing select headlining dates.

The snippet of Manson’s new song can be heard below.





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