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Rob Zombie + Marilyn Manson = ‘Twins Of Evil’

11:01 AM Friday 7/13/12 | |

Something evil may be coming to your town as rock horrormeisters Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie partner for a deliciously wicked tour beginning in the U.S. in September followed by Europe.

  • Rob Zombie

    Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Md.
    May 13, 2012

    (James P. Hendershot)

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The “Twins Of Evil” tour begins in Phoenix Sept. 28 and rumbles through America scaring parents, small dogs and weak hearts until it rolls into Grand Prairie, Texas, near Dallas on Halloween.

The United Kingdom and Europe follow a few weeks later with Zombie and Manson bringing the debauchery to London Nov. 26. Final date on the schedule is Bologna, Italy, Dec. 12.

Of course, international concert law states that a tour of this size combining rock, theatrics, revulsion and delight requires quotes from all major artists involved.

“Finally! Why did the most obvious tour take so long to happen? Who knows? Who cares? It’s happening now,” Zombie said. “If good taste is the chief enemy of great art, then we should be able to fill the Louvre with this fucking tour. Be prepared for something wicked this way a-coming.”

“I have sympathy for the Whore of Babylon that give birth to these twins of evil, and this abomination of a tour,” Manson said. “There is no babysitter, and there is no repairing her womb. If Rob Zombie doesn’t fuck you up, than I surely will. Hide all drugs and firearms … I’m coming to town.”

  • Marilyn Manson

    Rock am Ring, The Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany
    June 2, 2012

    (AP Photo / dapd)

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But wait, there’s more. Turns out J Devil, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis’ disc-spinning alter ego, will appear on all dates.

“I like to think of J Devil as the ‘anti-christ’ of EDM,” Davis said. “To play alongside Zombie and Manson is going to be a fucking sinister night all around, and an unbelievable theatrical experience. I can’t wait.”

Here’s the routing:

Sept. 28 – Phoenix, Ariz., Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion (KUPD Desert Uprising)
Sept. 29 – Las Vegas, Nev., TBA (Luxor Lot or Red Rocks)
Oct. 1 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Usana Amphitheatre
Oct. 2 – Broomfield, Colo., 1stBank Center
Oct. 4 – Topeka, Kansas, Kansas Expocentre
Oct. 8 – Lincoln, Neb., Pershing Center
Oct. 9 – Mankato, Minn., Verizon Wireless Center
Oct. 11 – Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena
Oct. 12 – Clarkston, Mich., DTE Energy Music Theatre
Oct. 13 – Bloomington, Ill., U.S. Cellular Coliseum
Oct. 15 – Youngstown, Ohio, Covelli Centre
Oct. 16 – Rochester, N.Y., Main Street Armory
Oct. 17 – New York, N.Y., Hammerstein Ballroom
Oct. 19 – Camden, N.J., Susquehanna Bank Center
Oct. 20 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 21 – Manchester, N.H., Verizon Wireless Arena
Oct. 23 – Boston, Mass., Agganis Arena
Oct. 25 – Atlanta, Ga., Aaron's Amphitheatre At Lakewood
Oct. 30 – Houston, Texas, Reliant Arena @ Reliant Park
Oct. 31 – Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
Nov. 26 – London, U.K., TBA
Nov. 27 – Manchester, U.K., TBA
Nov. 28 – Glasgow, U.K., TBA
Nov. 29 – Birmingham, U.K., TBA
Dec. 1 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg, TBA
Dec. 2 – Bochum, Germany, TBA
Dec. 3 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, TBA
Dec. 5 – Stockholm, Sweden, TBA
Dec. 6 – Copenhagen, Denmark, TBA
Dec. 8 – Vienna, Austria, TBA
Dec. 9 – Munich, Germany, TBA
Dec. 11 – Basel, Switzerland, TBA
Dec. 12 – Bologna, Italy, TBA

For more information, click here for Rob Zombie’s terrifying home on the Web and here for Manson’s den of dastardly digital delight.


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