MARILYN MANSON teases new song with cryptic video | Revolver

MARILYN MANSON teases new song with cryptic video

Shock rocker's first music since being accused of sexual abuse

Marilyn Manson appears to be teasing a new song — as well as a new music video — which would be his first release since 2020, and it looks to be coming via Nuclear Blast.

The tease comes in the form of a one-minute-and-10-second-long clip that the shock rocker offered up on social media, including in a collaborative post with Nuclear Blast on Instagram. You can check that out below.

The video was directed by Bill Yukich, who has helmed numerous Manson clips, including "KILL4YOU," "Tattooed in Reverse" and "SAY10," as well as visuals for Ghost, Shinedown and others.

Manson is attempting a comeback after being accused by numerous women of sexual abuse in early 2021, including Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood. Embroiled in a series of court battles, Manson hasn't played a show since 2019 or released any music since his 2020 album, We Are Chaos.

In March, he announced that he would be touring as direct support for Five Finger Death Punch along with opening act Slaughter to Prevail. That trek is set to kick off August 2nd at Hersheypark Stadium in Hersey, Pennsylvania.