Marilyn Manson may be working on new music, but before a new album arrives he's taking the opportunity to work in multiple facets of television. His latest venture finds him working with composer Tyler Bates to create the music heard over the opening titles of the new WGN America series, 'Salem.'
Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star just keep pumping out rock and metal gems turned into lullabies. This time, the company takes one of music's all-time most controversial artists, Marilyn Manson, and switches up his work from audio nightmares into comforting sleepy time melodies designed to whisk your little ones into dreamland.
Marilyn Manson has been busy lately with projects outside of his own music. Having just appeared on the 'Talking Dead' broadcast and leaving his own memorable mark on the proceedings, Manson has turned up in another horror-themed medium, though with a little bit of humor thrown in. He's the star of a new 'Funny or Die' clip titled, 'Are These Tales Spooky to You?'
Last night (Oct. 27), another awesome episode of 'The Walking Dead' hit our televisions. Much like the zombies themselves, 'Walking Dead' followers drooled, stumbled and craved blood. In those cases however, it was to catch the show's newest episode, 'Isolation.' Although the highly emotional installment of the AMC original series sparked much fan discussion, Marilyn Manson's appearance on 'Talking Dead' lit up the Internet during its broadcast directly after the latest 'Walking Dead' episode concluded.