Marilyn Manson is not here for fans wearing other bands’ merch at his concerts.
Watch a video of the singer asking a fan to take his Avenged Sevenfold shirt off during a recent show below.
Manson pulled some fans onstage during a concert in Madrid, Spain. However, he wasn’t too happy about how one of them was dressed.
“You should take your shirt off,” the musician told a fan who was wearing an Avenged Sevenfold shirt. “It’s not my band, it’s a different band.”
The fan looked confused at first, but ended up taking the t-shirt off. You can watch a video of the moment in full below:
Marilyn Manson recently shared some interesting insights during an interview on BBC Radio 1’s “Rock Show.” Digging deep in his discography, the rocker even reveals which song he’s proudest of writing.
Selecting a Bowie-ish psycho-ballad from his 1998 third album, Manson tells Carter he’s proudest of writing Mechanical Animals‘ “The Speed Of Pain.” Zeroing in on the song’s lyric, the musician remembers the in-the-air inception of the track.
“It was a poem I wrote,” Manson says. “I was on an airplane [and] I was reading in Timemagazine about the amount of time it takes for your brain to acknowledge pain from your body, and it inspired me to write about something else.”
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