Marilyn Manson headlines a night of shock rock, post grunge, hard rock, and rock rock just in time for Halloween
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Marilyn Manson: Renowned shock rocker storms the stage in support of 2015’s The Pale Emperor, which veers from his band’s usual industrial sound into bluesier territory inspired by Muddy Waters and The Doors
The Cult: Ian Astbury commands the stage as his veteran hard-rock outfit rips into new gems including “She Sells Sanctuary”
Theory of a Deadman: platinum-certified Canadian post-grunge outfit behind mainstream rock hits such as “Lowlife” and “Bad Girlfriend”
Pop Evil: Michigan post-grungers shares hits such as “Boss’s Daughter,” “Goodbye My Friend,” and “Trenches.”