the NachtKabarett

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On March 27, 2009 a new incarnation of was unleashed to the internet, replacing the previous surreal Eat Me, Drink Me version of to unveil a brand new image which preluded the aesthetic of the new era as well as the opportunity for fans to download the brand new track, 'We're From America'.

The flash file itself, entitled 'temp_site.swf', acted as a teaser for a new and fuller site to come.




In keeping with the potency of calculated action, The cover of the album itself was likewise unveiled to the internet via on April 15, 2009.

$ ; An extremely untelling update to the official site by way of a popup announcing a Los Angeles record signing to commemorate the album's release but noteworthy in that as can be seen in the background of the image is the new $ / Swastika logo in use. For for see : 'Arma-Goddamn-Motherfuckin-Geddon' and 'Pretty As A $wastika' Logo
"6:19 and I know I'm ready..."
If I Was Your Vampire

June 19, the new and first Official messageboard since 2003 is linked from on 6/9, with a further allusion to Manson's numerology being 6 + 9 = 15, housed on The NACHTKABARETT.



'The High End of Low' era brought with it a new level of interactivity between Manson and the fan community for the first time with his official MySpace. Contained herein all all of Manson's message, blog, comment, photo and bulletin postings for archival purposes.



'death' bulletin posting on June 15, 2009. Date most likely uncoincidentally the 15th


June 10, 2009 Marilyn Manson comment to Rudy Coby's MySpace profile


Ecstatically proud to present, Marilyn Manson's very own personal comment to Nick Kushner in regard to The NACHTKABARETT




Though not incredibly exclusive in terms of imagery or content, the minisite was launched as a prelude to the album's release which included song teasers, the 'Arma-Goddamn-Motherfuckin-Geddon' video as well as the premiere of the image which would later adorn the back cover of the CD. Click above to view and access the original archive of this one-off minisite.