Carrie Tucker's I Love Geeks: The Official Handbook, Bonnie Burton's Girls Against Girls: Why We Are Mean to Each Other and How We Can Change, and Roman Dirge's Lenore: Wedgies (Issues 5-8).
Prior to being in Jack Off Jill I planned on attending art school.
The band took off and my plans of being a full time (visual) artist were put on the back burner until recently. Each of us has an opportunity to use our voice to make a powerful impression, the way a painter uses his or her brush.
I believe an artist is an artist, and as I continue my career—this time using a paintbrush rather then my vocal chords—I hope I can convey similar emotions to the ones I do when writing music. Honestly, this is why I believe this transition to be a natural progression for my career.
Nothing was off limits, including certain members of the band's own fanbase.
For nearly two hours, Manson touched on nearly every aspect of his life, from his 0,000 on-tour drug habit to being blamed for school shootings to the depression he suffered after splitting from his girlfriend, actress Evan Rachel Wood. It depends, are we going to make this a “shit on Manson” interview, or are we going to make it a good interview? Well, you know, you could be sanitary and throw it away?
Throughout their career, Marilyn Manson have made good use of explicit live shows, controversial lyrics and outright bizarre music videos.
The songs are cynical, with many lampooning conformism, social hierarchy and the media, amongst other things.
Raven was utterly shattered and left to pick up the pieces by a seemingly uncaring Manson. He peels the slip off and scratches his nails down his chest, lowering himself to crawl along the stage.
Thankfully she has plenty of friends there to help but she soon takes a turn for the worse. Brian feels someone tuck a bill into the waistband of his panties and he must look like a whore. And when he catches a very wide-eyed Jeordie peeking out from the backstage door, he can't help the grin on his face.