Two rock acts known for pushing cultural boundaries take the stage for an explosive, highly theatrical concert
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- General-admission lawn
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Twins of Evil: Rob Zombie & Marilyn Manson – Hell Never Dies Tour 2019
The last time Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson teamed up for their Twins of Evil tour in 2018, Las Vegas Review Journal said it was like “being strapped into an electric chair and zapped with 50 trillion volts of heavy metal madness.” The shock-rockers aim to amplify the intensity with a new tour in 2019, rekindling an explosive chemistry that can be heard in their cover of “Helter Skelter” by The Beatles.
- How you first met him: with White Zombie, which unleashed bizzarro, horror-themed industrial metal with iconic artwork from 1985 to 1998
- Since then: He’s sold more than 15 million albums worldwide with the release of six solo albums and two live albums. He’s also become an accomplished director of horror films such as the Halloween remake, The Devil’s Rejects, and 31.
- Along with his cinematic success: Rob Zombie’s heart belongs to rocking and shocking his loyal fans with dependably theatrical, overtly over-the-top live performances.
- What’s on the horizon: He’s currently putting the finishing touches on his latest movie, Three from Hell, and prepping the release of a new album in 2019.
- How he became a cultural icon: by challenging conservative values with unflinching, sensationalist music and art that’s gone on to influence everything from fashion to television
- His breakthrough: his dark, sludgy cover of Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” as well as the twisted rock opera Antichrist Superstar (1996), driven by the tribal drums and hissing vocals of smash single “The Beautiful People”
- Where you’ve seen him in recent years: He’s played a prisoner on FX’s Sons of Anarchy, and also did a photo shoot with his father for Paper Magazine, where they both donned full makeup.
- What he’s up to now: He’s working on the followup to 2017’s Heaven Upside Down, which features the blazing singles “We Know Where You F****** Live” and “Kill4Me.”
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