Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson Ask Fans To Help Pick Next Cover
(hennemusic) Rob Zombie is surveying fans for cover song suggestions for a possible new track with Marilyn Manson ahead of the pair's summer tour of North America.
In sync with a 2018 trek, the duo released a version of The Beatles 1968 classic, "Helter Skelter", and now the rocker reveals they're looking for input ahead of their 2019 run.
"We did Helter Skelter," posted Zombie on Instagram. "We are looking for some good ideas for another possible collaboration. I know I will get lots of goofy responses but I am seriously looking for a good idea."
Among the suggestions already offered by fans include tracks by Motley Crue ("Shout At The Devil"), Alice Cooper ("Teenage Frankenstein"), Bauhaus ("Bela Lugosi's Dead"), Motorhead ("Ace Of Spades") and Billy Idol ("Rebel Yell"), among others.
Zombie and Manson will launch the "Twins Of Evil: Hell Never Dies" tour in Baltimore, MB on July 9. Read more here.
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