Pound me the witch drums!!

Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson it’s back, alive, screaming and kicking. The first sing it’s this song called “Cupid Carries a Gun” written for the main title track of th television series, “Salem”, written and recorded in collaboration with the series composer, Tyler Bates – current Manson producer (and live band member) and drummer Gil Sharone – formerly of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Puscifer, Fishbone, +44 and Stolen Babies.
Meanwhile Manson confirmed that the new album is “prepared for landing” and another new song from Manson will feature in the upcoming film John Wick, which is set for release on October 24, 2014.

Pound me the witch drums
The witch drums
Pound me the witch drums

Pound me the witch drums
The witch drums
Better pray for hell, not hallelujah

Marilyn Manson – Official Site


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Celldweller Announces New Album: End of An Empire

Celldweller New Album End of an Empire

Celldweller New Album End of an Empire Personifying the sound of the iPod generation, he creates a hybrid fusion of digital and organic elements: intricately designed soundscapes constructed from Dubstep, Drum & Bass and Electro, woven together with aggressive Rock/Metal and Orchestral elements. Celldweller ignores genre boundaries and creates a pioneering vision of the future of electronic music.
Celldweller has just announced his new artist album, “End of an Empire” along with a :30 trailer featuring a vocal teaser of the title track. Klayton (Celldweller) has set a September 16, 2014 release date for ‘Chapter 01: Time’ featuring 5 new original tracks along with remixes from Breathe Carolina, Comaduster, KJ Sawka and OCTiV. You can pre-order the album now from FiXT & iTunes.
Featuring monolithic vocal tracks of epic scope, this release highlights Klayton’s unique fusion of infectious electronic music with aggressive rock & roll the way only Celldweller can – by blurring the lines between organic and synthetic. The title track “End of an Empire” takes listeners on a 7.5 minute dichotic journey of metal-infused drum & bass blasts, and a contrasting mix of lush vocal hooks and aggressive screams. “Lost in Time” clocks in with another 7 minutes of vocoded vocals, driving guitar riffs and pulsing ethereal synths, concluding with the fading lyric “this feeling will never die.” Read more Celldweller Announces New Album: End of An Empire