LIVE: Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson brought the "Dope Show" to Sleep Train Amphitheatre on Wednesday, Aug. 17.

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Marilyn Manson brought the "Dope Show" to Sleep Train Amphitheatre on Wednesday, Aug. 17.
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Devoted fans got there early, channeling their inner Manson. Or maybe he's just mad because now he has to wait.
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There might have been a lot of makeup, but the passion was all natural.
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Tyler Bates opens wide for his haunting solo.
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How do I get one of those brass knuckle microphones?
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Ghostly and triumphant -- pretty much sums up the night.
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Is Marilyn Manson actually Nicolas Cage?
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Why the long face, Twiggy Ramirez?
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Don't worry, that's not his own flesh he's pulling at; it's just a scarf.
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Now that's an entrance.
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These guys were pumped.
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Marilyn Manson was born Brian Hugh Warner in 1969.
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Gates was all black clothes and blue steel.
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Manson created his stage name by mashing together the names of two disparate cultural icons: Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson.
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Guitarist Paul Wiley has been a part of Manson's band since 2013.
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Manson also acts, paints, raps, writes and composes.
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He achieved considerable success in the 1990s with the release of albums "Antichrist Superstar" and "Mechanical Animals."
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It wasn't long before he became a controversial media sensation.
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Controversy didn't stop him from being nominated four times for a Grammy Award.
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Manson released his latest album, "The Pale Emperor," in 2015.
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His next album, "Say10," is due out next year.
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