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Marilyn Manson Has A Meltdown At Show In Huntington NY

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 17, 2018

in News

Marilyn Manson had a major meltdown at a show on Thursday (February 15) show at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, NY.

In the following clip, the singer can be heard rambling incoherently before abruptly walking off the stage after just a few songs. Reports also say that he was chastising the crowd for not telling him that they loved him, throwing the mike, pushing over an amp and singing with his back to the audience.

A concert goer posted the audiences reaction to the abrupt ending to the show.

This has been a bad time for Manson. In October, he was seriously injured when a stage set collapsed on him, causing the cancellation of a number of shows. That was followed later in the month by the passing of former band member Scott Putesky, aka Daisy Berkowitz, and the revelation and subsequent firing of Twiggy Ramirez after he was accused of sexually abusing another band’s member.

The set list:

The Reflecting God
Deep Six
This Is the New Shit
Disposable Teens (first verse and chorus only)
Revelation #12
The Dope Show (intro only)
Saturnalia

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