Manson is reportedly set to out new album in late 2011 on London-based Cooking Vinyl following his departure from Interscope.
Marilyn Manson is planning a career comeback after signing to an independent British label - a year after he was dropped by bosses at Interscope Records. The rocker is set to release his next album late in 2011 on London-based Cooking Vinyl following his departure from Interscope, the firm which put out all his previous records.
Cooking Vinyl bosses have yet to hear any new material from Manson's upcoming project, but managing director Martin Goldschmidt is convinced the star will be inspired by his split from Interscope.
He tells Billboard, "Manson's in that mood where he really wants to come back fighting."