The mask has a Gaga-feel to me.
(Brixton) fans lining up pre-show from Jason Sutter's point of view.
Thursday's concert was absolutely electrifying from start to finish.
The entire night was important for me, not only as a Marilyn Manson show, but because I was there with the lady I love, and it was a break away from the shit of where I currently live. It was brilliant to meet with friends old and new again from Provider Module, and finally talk with some of our esteemed staff members. The band were just fantastic, I saw little-to-no-gap between the incarnation of Marilyn Manson I first watched eleven years ago in 2001, and the line-up that played less than a week ago. A concise, stellar setlist, and vital spirited performance from all involved. The crowd were wild for it, and it was encouraging to see Born Villain songs being chanted back by an audience as much as more established hits.
It really was mind-blowing, I'm so happy to have been there.
Even though Manson under the mask obviously still has his jaw, but I'm sure you see what I mean with it.
My sister took some videos on her iphone, slowly getting those up as well -
Rock Is Dead