Marilyn Manson Says He Cancelled His Toronto Performance “Due To The Flu”

Marilyn Manson has offered an explanation for the last minute cancellation of his July 26 performance at Budweiser Stage Toronto in Toronto, ON. The following statement was issued:

Marilyn Manson was unable to perform on his and Rob Zombie’s Twins Of Evil tour in Toronto last night due to the flu. Manson is recovering and is set to perform at all scheduled dates starting tomorrow at Heavy Montreal.

This news comes after footage of a very unhappy audience surfaced.


Rob Zombie Covered “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)” After Marilyn Manson Cancelled His Set

After Marilyn Manson cancelled his Toronto, ON performance last night (July 26), Rob Zombie played an extended set, which included a cover of Eurhythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).” Manson of course covered the track on his 1995 EP “Smells Like Children” and it has been a staple in his live shows.

Marilyn Manson Cancels Toronto Performance Due To “Unforeseen Illness”

Marilyn Manson cancelled his July 26 performance at Budweiser Stage Toronto in Toronto, ON due to “unforeseen illness.” The following statement was issued:

“Due to unforeseen illness, Marilyn Manson will not be performing tonight in Toronto, ON. If you were in attendance specifically to see Marilyn Manson, your tickets will be available for refund at point of purchase. Rob Zombie will perform as scheduled.”

Rob Zombie Signs With Nuclear Blast Records

Rob Zombie has signed a new deal with Nuclear Blast Records and is planning to release his new album through the label in 2019. He said the following:

“I am very excited to work with the fine folks at Nuclear Blast. The combination of the label’s grassroots urge to get the hustle done mixed with the detonation of our most combustable melodic masterpiece yet should prove to be a winning hybrid of hellacious hullabaloo.”

Rob Zombie On His New Album: “It’s The Best Record We’ve Made”

During a recent interview with Loudwire, Rob Zombie talked a bit about his upcoming album. According to the singer, this is “the best record [they’ve] made.”

Zombie said the following:

“The record’s done. It’ll get out next year, early next year. I think this and so do the guys in the band — I think it’s the best record we’ve made. Parts of it are the heaviest, parts are the weirdest, it’s the most complex record we’ve ever made, but at the same time it’s always very catchy and listenable, but it’s the most intricately structured record.

I know everybody says, ‘Oh, our new record’s the best record. Blah, blah, blah.’ No one gives a shit. I never want to look at things like, ‘Oh, you know, the best shit we did was long ago.’ A lot of bands these days have given up on making records it seems. I don’t understand that.”

He also added the following about the songs:

“There are those songs that go in a direction we’ve never even gone near before. Personally, I like records that are very varied in sound. Not just like, ‘Oh, here’s 12 super heavy tracks,’ and they’re all the same tempo. I like records that are all over the place. That’s why I think my favorite Beatles record was always ‘The White Album‘, because it was all over the place.”

Rob Zombie Has Been Playing A Teaser Trailer For “3 From Hell” Before Every Show

Rob Zombie has been playing a teaser trailer for his “The Devil’s Rejects” sequel “3 From Hell” before every show on his tour with Marilyn Manson. You can see footage of that below. The film is expected to be released in 2019 around the same time as Zombie’s new album.

Rob Zombie & Marilyn Manson Perform Their Cover Of The Beatles’ “Helter Skelter” Live For The First Time

After sharing the studio version, Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson have performed their cover of The Beatles’ “Helter Skelter” live during the July 11 kickoff date of their “Twins Of Evil Tour” in Detroit, MI. You can see footage of that below: