Grammy nominated pop singer Skylar Grey has collaborated with artists such as Eminem, Lupe Fiasco and Fort Minor, but now she's making music with none other than Marilyn Manson.

Manson is featured on Grey’s upcoming solo debut album, ‘Invisible,’ due out in November. "I have been a fan of Manson for years, and now he has exceeded all my expectations as an artist and a person,” says Grey in a press release.

The track on which the two come together is called ‘Can’t Haunt Me,’ a song about zombies. “It has been a mind expanding experience and a dream come true to add this icon to my list of collaborations," adds Grey.

Grey calls the forthcoming album both commercial and avant-garde; her first single from the album, ‘Invisible,’ is available for free this week on iTunes this week.

Later this year, Manson is set to release his eighth studio album, his first since 2009’s ‘The High End of Low.’ The new disc will be released on the shock rocker's own label, Hell etc., which is a part of Cooking Vinyl Records.