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Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson Reviews

ConcertsMetal & Hard Rock

Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 14



5.0 star rating Audra from Chicago, Illinois


This was my first time seeing Marilyn Manson. It was very hot and he seemed to either be intoxicated or overheated. But he still put on one hell of a show. I hope he is ok. I would definitely see him again! Rob Zombie was just amazing. Have seen him numerous times. John 5 is one of the most underrated guitar players in music history. They stole the night. One of the best concerts I've seen in awhile.

5.0 star rating T. Hill from Portage IN


Both Marilyn and Rob Tore it down. I've seen them both before and they brought their A game . and the duet of Helter Skelter was badass. I still have goosebumps just thinking about it.I thought Manson's set was almost perfect.Robs was good too. The guitar solo was badass and it was long because Rob was running around the arena interacting with fans. That's fucking cool.

4.0 star rating David Dietrich from Austin, Texas


Mr. Manson seemed to lack energy from the start. Perhaps it was due to the heat, but given that Rob Zombie had to face about the same temperatures and didn't have to turn a chair into a stage prop (at one point Manson had to sit down while a roadie toweled him off), perhaps it was also a lack of physical fitness. Still, Manson's show was alright, particularly considering it was a double bill. Zombie, by contrast, was a ball of energy, jumping from one to another of the three micro-stages that were perched upon the main stage. His banter telling people to just put down their phones was great. Did John 5's guitar solo run a little long? Yes, but I still loved it. Also, Zombie took the time to introduce his band, which Manson did not. Maybe that was just the heat again.

4.0 star rating Jan/Milwaukee from Chicago, Illinois


Dead Apples had no chance with the crowd, but sounded decent. Manson lacked energy, seemed tired, could've been the heat. Zombie kicked ass… not a fan of the newer stuff, but his classics were insane. Best show I've seen him do and I've seen plenty! John 5 was awesome. The entire band, stage props were incredible. Tight band and Zombie was everywhere, including in the middle of the crowd during John's solo. They looked like they were having fun and it showed. Marilyn just looked tired. Drunk ass crowd and not my fave venue. Security wouldn't let you have plastic bottles… but cups were ok? And only some had to empty drinks, depending on which 'security' person was by your section. But Zombie ruled the night and was definitely worth our 2+ hour road triptrip.

4.0 star rating Big D from Marengo, Illinois


I'm not sure what this other guy is talking about. I've seen Zombie many times as well and although he did a fair amount of talking at this show he still delivered a great performance. Marilyn Manson had a decent stage show with a great set list. The guitar and bass players were a bit stagnant and could have been more involved in the show, but all things considered I was satisfied. Rob Zombie came out and proceeded to utilize every inch of the stage as he danced and undulated to the groove. For an aging rock star I've gotta say Zombie still has plenty of energy and charisma to get the crowd fired up and involved in the show. They absolutely tore up the place with Superbeast and John 5's guitar solo was one of the best live solo's I've seen at a concert in a LONG time. Gary - if you don't like guitar solo's and lead singers going full throttle throughout the entire show - all while wearing leather outfits in 90+ degree heat - then perhaps a Bieber show is more up your alley?

3.0 star rating Zombie Fan from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Camden, parking and driving to the venue was horrible. Manson was OK but I was there to see Rob Zombie. I couldn’t understand a thing that came out of Manson. The vocals were a mess. I purchased good seats left of the stage and was told the stage show would be awesome.Far from awesome, they put up these cloth barriers on the stage that blocked a good portion of the stage. I kept thinking they were hiding something and it was going to be revealed during the show. No such luck what a mess. Rob Zombies performance was OK and I have nothing to compare it to from the past. I had a good time but was kind of disappointed. I really dig Zombies music but probably won’t go back. And Camden clean up your act!

3.0 star rating B johnson from Hartford, Connecticut


Goo to see Manson.he had great interaction w his new look. Zombie was cocky and arrogant as usual. But he put on a great show. I will never pay $30 too park in xfinity .easy to get in, a nightmare to get took 1 hour to get out of the parking lot.


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