Jake Basford discusses Marilyn Manson’s new ‘Twins of Evil’ tour, co-headlined with Rob Zombie
Coming to London for a second time is Marilyn Manson’s second international tour of the year, Twins of Evil.
Co-headlining with Rob Zombie, this tour kicks off in Phoenix, Arizona, in the US on 28 September, working its way round to the UK to do four shows: London O2 Arena, Manchester MEN, Glasgow SECC, and Birmingham NIC, occurring between the 26 and 29 November. The last date of the international tour will be in Minsk, Belarus, set for just three days before Christmas.
Lesser known than Manson in more recent years, those of a younger generation might recognise the name Rob Zombie from the Halloween film remake, released back in 2007, but not so much for his music. Starting in a similar way to his co-headliner, he formed a band, White Zombie, and started producing music with them, before forging his own path later on. Whilst Manson kept bopping along with modern music and demographics, changing and adapting his style accordingly, Rob went into more visual arts, taking his horror-meets-sci-fi aesthetic to the silver screen.
We reviewed Manson’s last tour when it hit the UK last month, so we are really excited to see what he has in store for us this time around.
Tickets for the Twins of Evil tour are available for purchase online now