Published May 11, 2017Marilyn Manson has been teasing his next LP for quite some time now, and while the follow-up to 2015's The Pale Emperor is still expected to arrive on June 19, it's no longer going by the name SAY10.
On the red carpet at the recent premiere of King Arthur: Legends of the Sword, the shock-rocker announced that his new record is now titled Heaven Upside Down.
Manson also revealed that he has plans to head out on tour in July, and his upcoming European tour dates can be found here.
From there, things get awkward as the interview descends into seemingly random questions about whether he's afraid to visit Colombia and what his "biggest pet peeve about those who try to impersonate you" is. In Manson's own words — "What?"
Watch the red carpet clip down below.
In other film-related Manson news, a trailer for an upcoming flick starring the singer has been unveiled. Let Me Make You a Martyr was directed by Corey Asraf and John Swab, and also features performances by Mark Boone Jr. and Niko Nicotera. It tells the story of "two siblings caught in a storm of paternal abuse, forbidden love, and revenge."
The film hits video-on-demand services on June 6, but you can catch your first look at it in the brand new trailer below.
Finally, Manson has one more screen appearance lined up — he'll appear in the four-part HBO documentary Defiant Ones, examining the partnership between Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. It's slated to air on July 9.