The Twins of Evil Tour Comes to New York

Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie co-headline the Twins of Evil tour at Hammerstein Ballroom

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Marilyn Manson played first on this night and brought a full arena setup to the intimate Hammerstein Ballroom. Photos by Michel Dussack
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The singer ran through a tight set of hits, covers, and newer songs from his 2012 album "Born Villain". Photos by Michel Dussack
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Twiggy Ramirez, formerly the bassist for the band, now plays guitar live. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Throughout the show, Manson frequently changed outfits, microphones and stage props. Photos by Michel Dussack
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At one point during the night, the band simulated cold snow falling throughout an entire song. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Bassist Fred Sablan was able to keep up with the rest of the band with ease. Photos by Michel Dussack
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During "Antichrist Superstar", the singer performed from atop a giant podium adorned with barbed wire. Photos by Michel Dussack
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And, as expected the singer closed out his energetic set with his biggest hit - "The Beautiful People". Photos by Michel Dussack
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After a lengthy stage breakdown and setup, fans were eager for Rob Zombie to take the stage. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Rob Zombie took the stage and immediately ripped into "Jesus Frankenstein", much to the crowd's delight. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Rob Zombie tours with an incredibly talented group of musicians. Pictured here is guitarist John 5. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Rob Zombie's set comprised of solo material both new and old, a couple of White Zombie songs, and even a cover. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Zombie's set was just as theatrical as Manson's with giant video screens and skeleton microphone stands. Photos by Michel Dussack
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John 5 rocks out with a double necked guitar. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Rob Zombie's bassist Piggy D draped in red lights. Photos by Michel Dussack
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A raucous cover of Alice Cooper's "Schools Out" towards the end of the set seemed incredibly appropriate considering how much influence he had on both Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson. Photos by Michel Dussack
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After a few songs staring at people taking pictures on their phones, Rob Zombie decided to pose for a picture before telling everyone to put away their phones and just enjoy the show. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Drummer Ginger Fish was perched high above the rest of the band. Photos by Michel Dussack
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Just as Manson did, Rob Zombie ended his set with his biggest song of his career - "Dragula" off his debut solo album. Photos by Michel Dussack
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