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Marilyn Manson brings 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' to Stage AE

Jack Fordyce
| Friday, Jan. 30, 2015, 10:55 p.m.
Marilyn Manson in 2015 at Pittsburgh's Stage AE.
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Marilyn Manson in 2015 at Pittsburgh's Stage AE.
Marilyn Manson takes the stage during a sold out show in Pittsburgh for 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
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Marilyn Manson takes the stage during a sold out show in Pittsburgh for 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
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Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune Review
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Touring in support of 'The Pale Emperor,' Marilyn Manson performs to a sold out crowd during 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' in  Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
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Touring in support of 'The Pale Emperor,' Marilyn Manson performs to a sold out crowd during 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune Review
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune Review
Marilyn Manson performs 'Deep Six' from his latest album 'The Pale Emperor' during a sold out show in Pittsburgh Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Malcolm Brickhouse, guitar and vocalist for the Brooklyn-based metal band 'Unlocking The Truth' opens for Marilyn Manson during 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
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Malcolm Brickhouse, guitar and vocalist for the Brooklyn-based metal band 'Unlocking The Truth' opens for Marilyn Manson during 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
Alec Atkins (bass) and Jarad Dawkins (drums) of the Brooklyn-based metal band 'Unlocking The Truth' opens for Marilyn Manson during 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.
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Alec Atkins (bass) and Jarad Dawkins (drums) of the Brooklyn-based metal band 'Unlocking The Truth' opens for Marilyn Manson during 'The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour' Friday, January 30 at Stage AE.

Following the release of his ninth studio album, “The Pale Emperor,” Marilyn Manson brought a sold-out crowd to Pittsburgh's Stage AE despite late January's single-digit temperatures.

Opening with the album's single “Deep Six,” the Canton, Ohio native (Brian Warner) bared his silver-plated teeth behind a vintage microphone shrouded in a fog of red light.

“Deep Six” reached the highest-peaking single on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart since his 1998 album, “The Dope Show.”

Debuting January 20, “The Pale Emperor” hit the number 8 spot on the Billboard 200, becoming Manson's sixth consecutive top 10 record in the US, selling 51,000 copies in its first week.

Manson is supported on the tour by the Brooklyn-based teenage metal trio, Unlocking The Truth.

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