Marilyn Manson's Heaven Upside Down
As we all know now, Manson apparently changed the already famous and still unrealized Say10 in the more monochromatic and less shocking Heaven Upside Down.
Well, what the hell happend? Maybe Say10 was just a trick title, such as the Valentine’s Day release.
Maybe was just marketing… like, you know, everyone here and there praying for Say10 to happen… who knows…
But what if Manson explained the new record title about two years ago?
Yeah, for the ones who still don’t know, Manson can time travel, so… here we go!
MM: “I had everything I owned in my whole life – except for my books – in storage. And I wanted to find a house, to really put my roots down in California, and I had been living out of a suitcase for three years or so. And so I went to look at houses and it was strange even for my own manager at the time. He was surprised to see me in the daylight, walking around.”
Interviewer: “That doesn’t usually happen?”
MM: “It doesn’t usually happen. But I really wanted to flip my entire world upside down, have heaven upside down instead of hell. I just wanted to change things completely. To have that element of surprise.”
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So, as we can see, there’s a deeper meaning in the new album title and maybe it rapresents Manson’s new world.
Or is it just another trick?