MARILYN MANSON Starts Online "Journal"

MARILYN MANSON fans can now read journal entries from the singer himself via the group's official web site at, MANSON announced in two new posts, which can be viewed below:

#1: "I have been here, despite my lack of posts. I created the journal section to avoid any misrepresentations of my statements to you. I will still read your posts and comment when possible.

“I am currently putting down vocals and redesigning the site. In the weeks to come we will be seeing a glimpse of what the new album will sound and look like.

“If I have appeared to be absent it is only because I am working and I have also taken the time to raise a small white kitten. And no, I will not be eating it or indulging in beastiality.”

#2: "My book, Holy Wood, is caught in a war between publishers and I am waiting just as you are for it to be released.

“My cat is a Devon Rex and her name is Lily White. I call her white girl or bitch, depending on my ghetto dracula mood."


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