Marilyn Manson + Rob Zombie Bring 2019 Tour to Close in Gilford

Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie have successfully wrapped another joint tour. They closed out their devilish Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour last night, August 18th in Gilford, New Hampshire at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook.
Manson's setlist remained the same throughout the tour, with special moments offered throughout the sets like adding in a snippet of "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" by David Bowie during "If I Was Your Vampire/ Say 10," or an insane drum solo followed by his rendition of "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)." For his encore he would bust out his popular hit "The Beautiful People."

Each night clocked out with 10 songs. See his closing night's setlist below.
Marilyn Manson
Rob Zombie's sets lasted a bit longer, around 14 cuts a night. He would always worked in these three White Zombie songs - "More Human Than Human," "Electric Head, Part 2: The Ecstasy," and "Thunder Kiss '65," which would segue into a rendition of Ramones' "Blitzkrieg Bop" and weave back into the last chorus of "Thunder Kiss."

Most nights, Manson would join Zombie on the stage for main closing track, a cover of "Helter Skelter," a duet they've been doing on all their joint tours.
Last night, Zombie closed out his set with TWO encores. The first one featured "Dragula" and the second was a cover of Grand Funk Railroad's "We're An American Band."
Check out the setlist here:
Rob Zombie
To read about more details from the tour, make sure to visit our Hell Never Dies Highlights blog!
So what's next for the two shock rock legends? Well, Zombie is promoting his next latest film, 3 From Hell.

While Manson is busy celebrating the news that he'll be getting his very one Funko Pop! figurine!
Keep up to date with both musicians on their respective websites - Manson Here and Zombie Here.
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Last updated: 15 Sep 2019, 10:14 Etc/UTC