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Heavy Rocker Marilyn Manson Busy Shocking Once Again, New Single

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Here we go: shock rocker Marilyn Manson is making new controversial waves with the release of “WE KNOW WHERE YOU F**KING LIVE,” – an aggressive song about society and the idea of outcasts not even fitting into an crumbling exterior.

Growling lyrics like “Don’t need to move a single prayer bone / Dodge bullets so high or so low / Don’t need to move a single prayer bone / Our death is still life,” fans get an idea of Manson’s rebellious message once again.

The single was featured in a special premiere on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio yesterday, September 11.

“WE KNOW WHERE YOU F**KING LIVE” is the lead single from Manson’s upcoming tenth studio album titled Heaven Upside Down. It will land Friday, October 6 via Loma Vista Recordings and Caroline International.

“It’s not very much in any way like The Pale Emperor,” Manson mentioned to Rolling Stone in 2016, back when the album’s name was being teased with the title of SAY10. “The people who have heard the new songs said it reminded them of their favorite parts of Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals – but with a new, different approach. It’s pretty violent in its nature for some reason.”

Over the summer, the 48-year-old performance artist and songwriter announced his upcoming fall 2017 tour of North America. The run will kick off Wednesday, September 27 at the Fillmore in Silver Springs, Maryland, and wraps Friday, October 27 at House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Visit Marilyn Manson’s official website for more information on dates and tickets.

Listen to “WE KNOW WHERE YOU F**KING LIVE” below.

Photos: Getty

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