Marilyn Manson awards and nominations
Marilyn Manson in 1998, during the Mechanical Animals promotional campaign
Totals[a]
Wins31
Nominations63
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

American rock band Marilyn Manson and its eponymous vocalist have received numerous awards and accolades. Formed in 1989 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida by Manson and the band's original guitarist Daisy Berkowitz, their highly visualized concerts quickly gained them a reputation in the South Florida area. The Miami New Times named Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids – the earliest incarnation of the band – the 'Best Local Heavy Metal Band' in 1992. The following year, the band – who, by now, had shortened their name to Marilyn Manson – won two awards at the second annual South Florida Slammies. They would go on to win a further seven Slammies over the next three years, making them the second-most decorated band in the awards' history.

The band had its first legitimate hit in 1995 with a cover of Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)". Its video was nominated in the Best Rock Video category at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards. The lead single from the band's second studio album, "The Beautiful People", was nominated for three awards at the 1997 ceremony, while Marilyn Manson was named 'Best New Artist' by Rolling Stone. "The Dope Show" was released the following year, and the band received the first of a total of four Grammy Award nominations, this time for Best Hard Rock Performance. "The Dope Show" won two awards at the 1998 Billboard Music Video Awards, as well as the award for Best Cinematography at the 1999 VMAs.

The band's frontman has received nominations for his work as a music video director. He was nominated, along with co-director Robert Hales, for 'Best Modern Rock Clip of the Year' at the 2000 Billboard Music Video Awards for his work on Nine Inch Nails' "Starfuckers, Inc." The band have also received numerous international awards and nominations throughout their career, including NME and Q Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards and the Echo Music Prize. They have won six Kerrang! Awards from a total of eight nominations, and were inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2000. Their ninth studio album, The Pale Emperor, was released in 2015 and was nominated for 'Album of the Year' at both the Alternative Press Music Awards and at online magazine Loudwire, while Rolling Stone dubbed it the 'Best Metal Album of 2015'. Marilyn Manson have sold in excess of 50 million records worldwide.[1][2][3][4]

Alternative Press Music Awards

The Alternative Press Music Awards is an annual music awards show, founded by music magazine Alternative Press in 2014. Marilyn Manson have won one award from two nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2016 The Pale Emperor Album of the Year Nominated [5]
Marilyn Manson Icon Award Won [6]

Billboard Music Video Awards

The Billboard Music Video Awards is an annual awards show, founded by the music magazine Billboard and first held in 1989. Marilyn Manson have won three awards from four nominations, including one for the Maximum Vision Award, which "honors the video that best advances an artist's career".[7]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1997 "The Beautiful People" Hard Rock Clip of the Year Won [8]
1998 "The Dope Show" Best Hard Rock/Metal Video Won [9]
Maximum Vision Award Won
2000 Nine Inch Nails – "Starfuckers, Inc."[A] Best Modern Rock Clip of the Year Nominated [10]

BMI Awards

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) is one of three performing rights organizations in the United States, along with ASCAP and SESAC. It collects license fees on behalf of songwriters, composers, and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed. The BMI Awards have been held annually since 1952 to award songwriters in various genres, including country, pop and rock.[11]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Personal Jesus" Pop Award Won [12]

Berlin Music Video Awards

The Berlin Music Video Awards (BMVA) is an international festival that puts filmmakers and the art behind music videos in the spotlight. Supporting both unknown and famous artists, it is a primary networking event for the video and music industries in Europe. The Berlin Music Video Awards offers 13 different categories, including: Best Animation, Narrative, Song, Low Budget, Cinematography, Art Director, Director, VFX, Editor, Concept, Experimental, Most Bizarre and Trashy. Manson's music video for God's Gonna Cut You Down, filmed by Justin Moro, was nominated for Best Cinematography in 2020.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2020 "God's Gonna Cut You Down" Best Cinematography Nominated [13]

Best Art Vinyl

The Best Art Vinyl award has been awarded since 2005 by Art Vinyl Ltd for the best album artwork of the past year. The award is judged by public vote from a list of 50 nominations from music industry and graphic design experts.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2020 We Are Chaos Best Vinyl Art Nominated [14]

Echo Music Prize

The Echo Music Prize is an accolade by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie, an association of German recording companies, to recognize outstanding achievements in the German music industry. The awards were first held in 1992, and Marilyn Manson have received one nomination.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2008 Marilyn Manson Best International Rock/Pop Group Nominated [15]

GAFFA-Prisen Awards

The GAFFA Awards (Danish: GAFFA Prisen) is a Danish music award that was founded in 1991 by Danish publication Gaffa.[16] Marilyn Manson received two nominations in 2021.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2021 We Are Chaos International Record of the Year Pending [17]
Marilyn Manson International Soloist of the Year Pending

Grammy Awards

A Grammy Award is an honor awarded by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the mainly English-language music industry. Marilyn Manson have received four nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1999 "The Dope Show" Best Hard Rock Performance Nominated [18]
2001 "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes" Best Metal Performance Nominated
2004 "mOBSCENE" Nominated
2013 "No Reflection" Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Nominated

Hungarian Music Awards

The Hungarian Music Awards are the national music awards of Hungary, founded in 1992 by the country's chart and certification body, Mahasz.[19] Marilyn Manson received two nominations for Hard Rock/Metal Album of the Year, in 2010 and 2018, losing to Rammstein's Liebe ist für alle da and Stone Sour's Hydrograd, respectively.[20][21]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2010 The High End of Low Hard Rock/Metal Album of the Year Nominated [22]
2018 Heaven Upside Down Nominated [23]

Kerrang! Awards

The Kerrang! Awards is an annual awards ceremony founded in 1993 by British rock magazine Kerrang!. Marilyn Manson have received six awards from eight nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1997 Marilyn Manson Best International Live Act Won [24]
Best Best in the World Won
1999 Won [25]
2000 Hall of Fame Won [26]
2001 Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) Best Album Won [27]
2002 "Tainted Love" Best Single Nominated [28]
Best Video Won [29]
2003 "mOBSCENE" Nominated [30]
2005 Marilyn Manson Kerrang! Icon Won [31]
2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Won [32]

Loudwire Music Awards

The Loudwire Music Awards have been awarded annually since 2011 by the American online magazine Loudwire. Marilyn Manson have received two awards from six nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2012 Born Villain Rock Album of the Year Won [33]
"No Reflection" Rock Song of the Year Nominated [34]
Rock Video of the Year Won [35]
2015 The Pale Emperor Best Rock Album Nominated [36]
"The Mephistopheles of Los Angeles" Best Rock Song Nominated
Best Rock Video Nominated

MTV Awards

MTV Europe Music Awards

The MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) were established in 1994 by MTV Networks Europe to celebrate the most popular music in Europe. Marilyn Manson have received two nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1998 Marilyn Manson Best Rock Nominated [37]
1999 Nominated [38]

MTV Video Music Awards

The MTV Video Music Awards, commonly abbreviated as VMA, were established in 1984 by MTV to celebrate the top music videos of the year. Marilyn Manson have received one award from five nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1996 "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" Best Rock Video Nominated [39]
1997 "The Beautiful People" Nominated [40]
Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
1999 "The Dope Show" Best Cinematography in a Video Won [41]

Music Video Production Awards

The MVPAs are annually presented by a Los Angeles-based music trade organization to honor the year's best music videos.[42]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1997 "The Beautiful People" Best Editing[B] Won [43]
Best Art Direction[C] Won
Best Styling[D] Won
1998 "The Dope Show" Best Director[E] Won [44]
Rock Video of the Year Won
2001 "Disposable Teens" Nominated [45]
Best Cinematography Nominated
"The Fight Song" Best Colorist/Telecine Nominated
2005 "Personal Jesus" Nominated [46]
Best Cinematography Nominated

NME Awards

The NME Awards are an annual music awards show founded by the British music magazine NME and first held in 1953. Marilyn Manson have received one award from one nomination.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2001 Marilyn Manson Best Metal Act Won [47]

O Music Awards

The O Music Awards is an awards show presented by Viacom to honor music, technology and intersection between the two.[48][49] The first O Music Awards ceremony was held on April 28, 2011, on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas.[50]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2011 Born Villain "Too Much Ass for TV" Won [51]

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

The Pollstar Concert Industry Awards is an awards show held annually by trade publication Pollstar. First held in 1984, its aim is to honor various aspects of the concert industry, including musicians and tours, as well as the best venues, promoters and booking agents.[52]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1996 "Dead to the World Tour" Club Tour of the Year Nominated [53]

Q Awards

The Q Awards are an annual awards show first held in 1993 and founded by British music magazine Q. Marilyn Manson have received one nomination.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2002 "Tainted Love" Best Video Nominated [54]

Revolver Golden Gods Awards

The Revolver Golden Gods Awards are an annual awards show first held in 2009 and founded by British hard rock magazine Revolver. Marilyn Manson have received one nomination.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2013 Born Villain Album of the Year Nominated [55]

South Florida Slammie Awards

The South Florida Slammie Awards was an awards ceremony founded by Slammie Productions, which ran from 1992 until 1999. It was dedicated to honoring bands from South Florida's metal, punk and hardcore rock communities.[56] Marilyn Manson won nine awards from nine nominations, making them the third-most decorated band in the awards' history. Only Load and Amboog-a-Lard, the latter being bassist Twiggy Ramirez's former band, won more awards (10 each).[57]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1993 "Dope Hat" Song of the Year Won [58]
Marilyn Manson Band of the Year Won
1994 Won [59]
Marilyn Manson Vocalist of the Year Won
1995 "Lunchbox" Best Single Won [60]
Portrait of an American Family Best National Release Won
1996 Smells Like Children Won [61]
Marilyn Manson Vocalist of the Year Won
"Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" Best Single Won

Miscellaneous awards and honors

Martin Popoff

Martin Popoff is a Canadian music journalist and critic who covers the genre of heavy metal music. He is the senior editor and co-founder of Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles, and he has additionally written over twenty books that both critically evaluate and document the history of heavy metal. Popoff compiled The Top 500 Heavy Metal Albums of All Time and The Top 500 Heavy Metal Songs of All Time by asking fans, musicians and journalists to create numbered lists of their favorite albums and songs.[62] Almost 18,000 individual votes were tallied and entered into a database, from which the final rankings were derived.[63] Each book contains one release by Marilyn Manson.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2003 "The Beautiful People" The Top 500 Heavy Metal Songs of All Time #206 [64]
2004 Mechanical Animals The Top 500 Heavy Metal Albums of All Time #483 [65]

Miami New Times

The Miami New Times is a weekly newspaper based in Miami since 1987. The publication named Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids the 'Best Local Heavy Metal Band' in 1992.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1992 Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids Best Local Heavy Metal Band Won [66]

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone is a biweekly magazine founded in 1967 by publisher Jann Wenner and music critic Ralph J. Gleason. Marilyn Manson were named 'Best New Artist' by the publication in 1997, and in 2015 The Pale Emperor was dubbed the 'Best Metal Album of 2015'.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1997 Marilyn Manson Best New Artist Won [67]
2015 The Pale Emperor Best Metal Album Won [68]

Žebřík Music Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.–
1996 Marilyn Manson Best International Surprise Nominated [69]
1998 Won [70]
Best International Male Nominated
Best International Personality Nominated
Best International Průser Nominated
Mechanical Animals Best International Album Nominated
"The Dope Show" Best International Video Nominated
1999 Marilyn Manson Best International Male Nominated
Best International Personality Nominated
Best International Průser Nominated
2000 Nominated
Best International Male Nominated
Best International Group Nominated
Best International Personality Won
Best International Surprise Won
Holy Wood Best International Album Nominated
"Disposable Teens" Best International Song Nominated
Best International Video Won
2001 "The Nobodies" Nominated
Marilyn Manson Best International Group Nominated
Best International Male Nominated
2003 Nominated
Best International Personality Nominated
The Golden Age of Grotesque Best International Album Nominated
"This Is the New Shit" Best International Song Nominated
Best International Video Nominated
2005 Marilyn Manson Best International Male Nominated [71]
Best International Personality Nominated

Notes

  1. ^ Nominated as co-director along with Robert Hales.
  2. ^ Awarded to Michelle Cuzar.[43]
  3. ^ Awarded to Kenny Baird.[43]
  4. ^ Awarded to Carole Beadie.[43]
  5. ^ Awarded to director Paul Hunter.[44]

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