Marilyn Manson: The High End Of Low (Polydor)


The devil’s advocate teams up with longtime guitarist-bassist Twiggy Ramirez for his 7th studio album. Rather than giving us tracks laden with usual shock value, High End of Low is surprisingly introspective with a hint of romanticism. Marilyn Manson claims that this album is closest to Antichrist Superstar. And he’s right too. High End of Low brings him back to his roots. JUICE‘s personal favourites are ‘Four Rusted Horses’ and ‘Devour’ – which could possibly be one of the most depressing break up songs ever, or kinky, depending on how you look at it.