Horror maven Rob Zombie is joining his longtime friend and frequent tour mate Marilyn Manson for another installment of their Twins of Evil summer tour series, this one dubbed "Hell Never Dies," in the coming months, and the theatrical performer is now looking for fan suggestions as to what the duo should take on as their latest collaborative cover for the show.
"We did 'Helter Skelter.' We are looking for some good ideas for another possible collaboration," Zombie posted to Instagram earlier today, March 26th, along with a cool illustration showing himself arm-wrestling Manson. "I know I will get lots of goofy responses but I am seriously looking for a good idea." The pairing covered the Beatles song during the 2018 run of the tour, after releasing the rendition as a single, and later revisited it at the New Year's Eve Ozzfest event, where they were joined by Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx.
Fan suggestions have rolled in by the dozen since, including Blue Öyster Cult's timeless hit "Don't Fear the Reaper," Radiohead's "Creep" and the Rolling Stones' classic "Sympathy for the Devil." If the past is any indicator, it's possible they'll stick with a more classic-rock route for the song, but only time — and the show — will tell.
The Hell Never Dies tour kicks off July 9th in Baltimore, Maryland, and ends just over a month later in New Hampshire on August 18th. With Marilyn Manson's recent confirmation that a new album is coming and Zombie's Three From Hell currently in post-production, the terrible twosome will give fans plenty to chew on in the coming months.