The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour
World tour by Marilyn Manson
Promotional poster for The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour
Associated albumThe Pale Emperor
Start dateJanuary 21, 2015 (2015-01-21)
End dateNovember 6, 2016 (2016-11-06)
Legs11
No. of shows
  • 118 in North America
  • 24 in Europe
  • 6 in Oceania
  • 5 in Asia
  • 3 in South America
  • 159 total (3 canceled)
Marilyn Manson concert chronology

The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour is the fourteenth concert tour by American rock band Marilyn Manson. It launched in support of their ninth studio album, The Pale Emperor, which was released on January 20, 2015, in the United States.[1] Beginning on January 21, 2015, the tour includes eleven legs spanning North and South America, Australia, Europe and Japan with a total of 156 shows. Hell Not Hallelujah is the group's tenth tour to spread over multiple legs spanning over multiple continents. The live band for this tour includes Marilyn Manson on vocals and Twiggy on bass guitar, and featured newcomers Tyler Bates on lead guitar, Paul Wiley on rhythm guitar, Daniel Fox on percussions and keyboards and Gil Sharone on drums. Bates left the touring lineup after the April 11, 2015 show at the Minot Municipal Auditorium in North Dakota, and was replaced on lead guitar by Paul Wiley.

Development and concert synopsis

Marilyn Manson described the central theme of the show as an evocation of two sides of the American Deep South: the Voodoo of the Louisiana swamp lands and the "Evangelical fervor of some of the region's churches".[2] Manson began shows wearing a charcoal pea coat and a leather bustier vest, which were gradually removed as the show went on. Bobby Olivier from NJ.com complimented Manson's appearance and the aesthetic of the show, comparing it to the concept of The Pale Emperor and saying "his white makeup fades as the show goes on, as if he's slowly returning to his rarely seen, mortal form".[3]

Compared to the band's previous tours, the show was stripped back and contained fewer theatrics.[4] The stage set would typically be decorated to resemble a church, with two large stained glass window panels placed on either side of the stage, while numerous stage props would be emblazoned with the Cross of Lorraine.[5] During performances of "Personal Jesus" or "Antichrist Superstar", a white pulpit would be introduced, from where Manson would burn a book of scripture.[6] For performances of "Killing Strangers", Manson would brandish a knife-shaped microphone, which he would use to repeatedly stab a tambourine.[4] For encores, a falling ash effect was used on stage, similar to the effect used during the Rock Is Dead Tour in 1998.[7] Following the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris and the cancellation of the band's subsequent performance at Le Zénith, the stage was illuminated with the French tricolor for the remainder of the tour.[8]

Box cutter incident

Relations between the vocalist and Bates almost deteriorated when Manson threatened the guitarist on-stage with a box-cutter knife.[9] Bates said the incident stemmed from Manson "breaking beer bottles so he could cut himself, but the shards of glass were hitting our drummer Gil. I got really pissed and told him to stop with the fucking glass. ... so he like, kicked a [bottle] and it hit me on stage and I'd just had enough. I said, 'What the fuck?'. So instead of the bottle, he pulls out a box cutter and says 'You want me to cut you open with this box cutter, Tyler Bates?' I said, 'You fucking come near me and I'll kill you with that box cutter!'" Bates renamed his music publishing company Box Cutter Music in honor of the incident.[10]

On April 14, Tyler Bates announced that he had amicably retired from the band's touring line-up, stating that he helped put the band together with the intention that it could function without him when "pre-existing commitments in the film and television industry would be too demanding to handle responsibly from the road".[11] The tour's original rhythm guitarist, Paul Wiley, took over on lead guitar for the duration of the tour.

Co-headlining tours

Further information: The End Times Tour

The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour featured two co-headlining tours. The End Times Tour was a North American tour co-headlined with American rock band The Smashing Pumpkins. Beginning on July 7 in Concord, California and concluding in Cincinnati on August 8, it spanned 24 dates and visited arenas in the United States and Canada.[12][13] American hip hop recording artist Cage served as the opening act for the entirety of the tour.[14]

On February 29, 2016, the band announced details of a co-headlining tour with American heavy metal band Slipknot.[15][16] The tour will see the bands performing throughout North America, and was scheduled to begin at the USANA Amphitheatre in Salt Lake City on June 9, culminating with a show at the Wells Fargo Arena in Slipknot's home town of Des Moines.[17] However, the first twelve dates of the tour were postponed after a physical examination revealed that Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor had broken two vertebrae in his neck. The tour will now begin on June 28 in Nashville, Tennessee, with the postponed shows rescheduled for August.[18] American metalcore band Of Mice & Men will serve as supporting act on the 39-date tour.[19]

Critical response

The first North American leg of the tour received positive reviews from critics, with several reviewers commending Manson's performance. Melina Robinson of The Las Vegas Sun, in a review of the band's concert at the House of Blues on Valentine's Day, said that in comparison to the band's 2012 Las Vegas show, Manson was "a revived performer who was more reminiscent of the '90's Manson. His gestures, stage theatrics and signature guttural growl brought any tenured Manson fan back to day's past".[20] Bree Davis of Westword said that Manson's stage presence "heightened the desired sense of faux-trauma — Manson's ability to produce an effective illusion of control over both his band and his audience is what is perhaps more timeless than the music he creates", and likened Manson's on-stage qualities to that of a politician or cult leader.[4] Nicole Malczan, reviewing for Alternative Nation, complimented Manson's vocals as "raw and still powerful" and praised the show for its stripped-down production, saying that "those who hoped for some shock value may have been disappointed. Just like with his new album, last night [Manson] stripped back several layers to reveal a performer that doesn't need flourishes to still entertain the hell out of a crowd".[21] Other reviews lauded the live band, with Michael Rancic of NOW Toronto calling them Manson's "strongest live band in recent memory", and said that the set list was "visceral and engaging from start to finish".[22] Similarly, Jim Louvau, writing for Phoenix New Times, said that the band has "probably never sounded better".[23] Marc Hirsh of The Boston Globe wrote that several songs on the set list "hit with the impact of a wrecking ball", and said that "no matter how thudding and metallic the songs were, they were almost uniformly tuneful, and the hard shuffle that ran like a thread through the beat gave plenty of them a decadent swing".[24] Allison Cohn of 303 commended Manson's vocal performance and said that she was "blown away by the quality of the music. Each song was loud, aggressive and throbbing with rage and energy".[25]

Manson performing at Rock am Ring 2015.
Manson performing at Rock am Ring 2015.

FasterLouder listed Marilyn Manson as one of the acts who "dominated day one of the Melbourne leg of Soundwave 2015", reporting that the band drew "one of the biggest crowds of the day", and said that Manson's "God-like aura on stage cannot be denied."[26] Martin Michea, when reviewing the band's show at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, commended the stage show as "top drawer stuff" and compared the crowd's reaction to Manson to that received by opening acts Deathstars and Apocalyptica, saying that the audience was "a lot better during the headliner set. [Manson] really deserved that response, because he put on a great show. Especially for the front row. I don't think I have ever seen anyone else interact with the audience as much".[27]

Mike Ross of the Edmonton Sun said that "it was clear from such a no-nonsense, dramatic and sturdy show that Manson has risen to the occasion to do more with less, to do the heavy lifting himself minus the gimmicks" and said that Manson and the band "proved themselves [to be] a real rock band. A tight one".[28] David Rader of Midwest Music Scene commended Manson's show at the Brady Theater as "one of the best of 2015 so far for sure", saying that "you really can't ask for a better rock show than the one Marilyn Manson put on for Tulsa".[29]

Dom Lawson of The Guardian commended the band's headline set at the Download Festival, calling Manson a "rejuvenated performer" before saying that he was "back to his malevolent, haughty best".[30] Joseph Goggins of Manchester Evening News said that Manson sounds "all the better for abandoning the constant instinct to try to shock as much as possible; instead, he's turned to firing through an impressive back catalogue with the confidence – maybe even the arrogance – that it merits", awarding the gig four stars out of five.[31] In his review of the band's concert at London's Hammersmith Apollo, NME's James Bentley was similarly positive, saying "while the older Manson lacks the otherworldly vigour that his younger self did, his hoarse screeches sound better than ever".[32] Reviewing the same gig, Andrew Trendell of Gigwise lauded the band's performance, saying that Manson "still has as much impact now than ever", as well as complimenting "the sheer calibre and range of the ground he's covered [during the band's career]".[33]

Set list

This set list is representative of the performance on January 24, 2015.[3] It does not represent the set list of all concerts for the duration of the tour, which typically ranged in length between 90 minutes and two and a half hours.[4][34]

  1. "Deep Six"
  2. "Disposable Teens"
  3. "mOBSCENE"
  4. "No Reflection"
  5. "Killing Strangers"
  6. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"
  7. "Cupid Carries a Gun"
  8. "Rock Is Dead"
  9. "The Dope Show"
  10. "Third Day of a Seven Day Binge"
  11. "Personal Jesus"
  12. "This Is the New Shit"
  13. "The Mephistopheles of Los Angeles"
  14. "The Beautiful People"
  15. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  16. "Coma White"

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, and venue
Date City Country Venue Opening Act(s) Attendance Revenue
Leg 1: North America 2015[35]
January 21, 2015 Washington DC United States The Fillmore n/a N/A N/A
January 23, 2015 Philadelphia Electric Factory N/A N/A
January 24, 2015 Sayreville Starland Ballroom 2,003 / 2,003[36] $109,890
January 28, 2015 Boston House of Blues 2,229 / 2,386[37] $113,450
January 29, 2015[a] New York City Terminal 5 3,000 / 3,000[39] N/A
January 30, 2015 Pittsburgh Stage AE 2,300 / 2,300[40] $110,400
January 31, 2015 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem N/A N/A
February 2, 2015 Toronto Canada Sound Academy N/A N/A
February 3, 2015 Detroit United States The Fillmore N/A N/A
February 5, 2015 Chicago Riviera Theatre 2,265 / 2,500[41] $122,310
February 6, 2015 Prior Lake Mystic Lake 2,100 / 2,100[42] N/A
February 7, 2015 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom N/A N/A
February 9, 2015 St Louis The Pageant 2,000 / 2,000[43] N/A
February 11, 2015 Denver The Fillmore N/A N/A
February 13, 2015 Tempe Marquee Theatre 2,000 / 2,000[44] N/A
February 14, 2015 Las Vegas House of Blues 2,000 / 2,000[20] N/A
Leg 2: Oceania 2015[45][46]
February 21, 2015[b] Melbourne Australia RAS Melbourne Showgrounds n/a N/A N/A
February 22, 2015[b] Adelaide Bonython Park N/A N/A
February 25, 2015[c] Sydney Enmore Theatre N/A N/A
February 27, 2015[c] Brisbane Tivoli Theatre N/A N/A
February 28, 2015[b] Brisbane Showgrounds N/A N/A
March 1, 2015[b] Sydney Olympic Park N/A N/A
Leg 3: North America 2015[48][49]
March 25, 2015 Portland United States Roseland Theater n/a 1,400 / 1,400[50] N/A
March 26, 2015 Seattle The Showbox N/A N/A
March 28, 2015 Penticton Canada South Okanagan Events Centre N/A N/A
March 29, 2015 Vancouver Queen Elizabeth Theatre N/A N/A
March 31, 2015 Prince George CN Centre N/A N/A
April 1, 2015 Dawson Creek EnCana Events Centre N/A N/A
April 2, 2015 Edmonton Shaw Conference Centre 4,000 / 4,000[28] N/A
April 4, 2015 Lethbridge ENMAX Centre N/A N/A
April 6, 2015 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre N/A N/A
April 7, 2015 Regina Brandt Centre N/A N/A
April 9, 2015 Winnipeg MTS Centre 3,500 / 3,500[6] N/A
April 10, 2015 Fargo United States Fargo Civic Center N/A N/A
April 11, 2015 Minot Minot Municipal Auditorium N/A N/A
April 24, 2015 Athens Georgia Theatre N/A N/A
April 25, 2015 Jacksonville Welcome to Rockville Festival 50,000 / 50,000[51] $2,994,636
April 26, 2015 Birmingham Iron City Birmingham 1,300 / 1,300[36] $79,950
April 28, 2015 Oklahoma Bricktown Events Center N/A N/A
April 29, 2015 Tulsa Brady Theater 4,200 / 4,200[29] N/A
April 30, 2015 Memphis Minglewood Hall 1,600 / 1,600[52] $88,000
May 2, 2015 Concord Carolina Rebellion Festival 80,000 / 80,000[53] $3,438,222
May 3, 2015 North Myrtle Beach House of Blues N/A N/A
May 5, 2015 Norfolk Norva Theatre N/A N/A
May 6, 2015 Richmond The National Theater N/A N/A
May 8, 2015 Knoxville The International N/A N/A
May 9, 2015 Chattanooga Track 29 N/A N/A
May 11, 2015 Peoria Limelight Eventplex N/A N/A
May 12, 2015 Madison Orpheum Theatre N/A N/A
May 13, 2015 Grand Rapids The Orbit Room 1,630 / 1,630[54] N/A
May 15, 2015 Columbus Rock on the Range Festival 120,000 / 120,000[53] $4,293,389
May 16, 2015 Indianapolis Old National Center N/A N/A
Leg 4: Europe 2015[48]
June 3, 2015 Nyon Switzerland Caribana Festival n/a N/A N/A
June 5–7, 2015 Nürburg Germany Rock am Ring 90,000 / 90,000[55] $15,224,793
Mendig Rock im Ring 75,000 / 75,000[55] $12,862,772
June 8, 2015 Copenhagen Denmark Vega N/A N/A
June 9, 2015 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene N/A N/A
June 10, 2015 Stockholm Sweden Gröna Lund 17,000 / 17,000[56] N/A
June 13, 2015 Donington Park England Download Festival N/A N/A
June 15, 2015 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso N/A N/A
June 17, 2015 Milan Italy Alcatraz N/A N/A
June 19, 2015 Dessel Belgium Graspop Festival N/A N/A
June 20, 2015 Clisson France Hellfest N/A N/A
Leg 5: The End Times Tour 2015[57] (with The Smashing Pumpkins)
July 7, 2015 Concord United States Concord Pavilion Cage N/A N/A
July 9, 2015 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre 16,085 / 16,085[58] N/A
July 10, 2015 Las Vegas The Joint 4,136 / 4,136[59] $313,578
July 11, 2015 Phoenix Comerica Theatre N/A N/A
July 13, 2015 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 15, 2015 Dallas Gexa Energy Pavilion N/A N/A
July 16, 2015 Houston NRG Arena N/A N/A
July 18, 2015 San Antonio Freeman Coliseum N/A N/A
July 19, 2015 Austin Austin City Limits Live N/A N/A
July 20, 2015 New Orleans Bold Sphere Music N/A N/A
July 22, 2015 Miami Bayfront Park Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 24, 2015 Tampa MidFlorida Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 25, 2015 Atlanta Aaron's Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 26, 2015 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater N/A N/A
July 28, 2015 Boston Leader Bank Pavilion N/A N/A
July 29, 2015 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center N/A N/A
July 31, 2015 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater N/A N/A
August 1, 2015 Mashantucket Foxwoods Resort Casino N/A N/A
August 2, 2015 Camden BB&T Pavilion N/A N/A
August 4, 2015 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 5, 2015 Clarkston United States DTE Energy Music Theatre 10,159 / 15,040[60] $286,693
August 7, 2015 Chicago FirstMerit Bank Pavilion N/A N/A
August 8, 2015 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center N/A N/A
August 9, 2015 Nashville Ascend Amphitheater N/A N/A
Leg 6: Asia 2015[48][61]
August 14, 2015 Tokyo Japan Sonic Mania Festival n/a N/A N/A
August 15, 2015 Summer Sonic Festival 235,000 / 235,000[62] $26,500,000
August 16, 2015 Osaka
Leg 7: North America 2015[63][64]
October 20, 2015 Santa Ana United States The Observatory OC n/a N/A N/A
October 21, 2015 Los Angeles Ace Hotel Theater 1,526 / 1,526[65] $108,417
October 23, 2015 Paso Robles Vina Robles Amphitheatre 1,931 / 3,018[66] $76,740
October 24, 2015 Sacramento Aftershock Festival N/A N/A
October 26, 2015 San Diego House of Blues N/A N/A
October 27, 2015 Tucson Rialto Theatre N/A N/A
October 28, 2015 El Paso Tricky Falls N/A N/A
October 31, 2015 Biloxi Hard Rock Hotel and Casino N/A N/A
November 1, 2015 Shreveport Riverfront Festival Plaza 2,015 / 3,084[66] $84,759
Leg 8: Europe 2015[48]
November 5, 2015 Leipzig Germany Haus Auensee n/a N/A N/A
November 6, 2015 Berlin Columbia Halle N/A N/A
November 7, 2015 Cologne Palladium N/A N/A
November 9, 2015 Florence Italy Obihall N/A N/A
November 11, 2015 Zürich Switzerland X-Tra N/A N/A
November 12, 2015 Stuttgart Germany Porsche Arena N/A N/A
November 13, 2015 Vienna Austria Gasometer N/A N/A
November 15, 2015 Tilburg Netherlands 013 N/A N/A
November 18, 2015 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique N/A N/A
November 19, 2015 London England Hammersmith Apollo 5,085 / 5,098[65] $251,391
November 21, 2015 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Civic Hall N/A N/A
November 22, 2015 Glasgow Scotland O2 Academy N/A N/A
November 23, 2015 Manchester England O2 Apollo N/A N/A
Leg 9: North America 2016[67] (with Slipknot)
June 28, 2016 Nashville United States Bridgestone Arena n/a 7,443 / 13,995[68] $319,103
June 29, 2016 Atlanta Aaron's Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 1, 2016 West Palm Beach Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 2, 2016 Tampa MidFlorida Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 5, 2016 Mansfield Xfinity Center N/A N/A
July 6, 2016 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater N/A N/A
July 8, 2016 Hartford Xfinity Theatre N/A N/A
July 9, 2016 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center N/A N/A
July 10, 2016 Hershey Giant Center N/A N/A
July 12, 2016 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center N/A N/A
July 13, 2016 Noblesville Klipsch Music Center N/A N/A
July 14, 2016 Cadott Rock Fest N/A N/A
July 16, 2016 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom N/A N/A
July 17, 2016 Bridgeview Chicago Open Air Festival N/A N/A
July 19, 2016 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre N/A N/A
July 20, 2016 Montreal Centre Bell 8,712 / 9,268[69] $477,419
July 21, 2016 Quebec[d] Centre Vidéotron 9,335 / 9,826[69] $508,984
July 23, 2016 Syracuse United States Lakeview Amphitheater N/A N/A
July 24, 2016 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center N/A N/A
July 26, 2016 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live N/A N/A
July 27, 2016 Camden BB&T Pavilion N/A N/A
July 29, 2016 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre N/A N/A
July 30, 2016 Burgettstown First Niagara Pavilion N/A N/A
July 31, 2016 Virginia Beach Veterans United Amphitheater N/A N/A
August 2, 2016 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion N/A N/A
August 4, 2016 Maryland Heights Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 5, 2016 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena N/A N/A
August 7, 2016 Denver Pepsi Center N/A N/A
August 9, 2016 Salt Lake City USANA Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 11, 2016 Auburn White River Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 13, 2016 Concord Concord Pavilion N/A N/A
August 14, 2016 Inglewood The Forum 12,642 / 12,642[70] $567,082
August 17, 2016 Chula Vista Sleep Train Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 19, 2016 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater N/A N/A
August 20, 2016 Phoenix Ak-Chin Pavilion N/A N/A
August 21, 2016 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena N/A N/A
August 25, 2016 Dallas Gexa Energy Pavilion N/A N/A
August 26, 2016 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion N/A N/A
August 27, 2016 Austin Austin360 Amphitheater N/A N/A
Leg 10: South America/Mexico 2016[67]
South America
September 7, 2016 São Paulo Brazil Maximus Festival n/a 20,558 / 30,000[71] $1,723,660
September 10, 2016 Buenos Aires Argentina 26,222 / 30,000[71] $2,135,470
North America[72]
October 15, 2016 Mexico City Mexico Knotfest n/a N/A N/A
Leg 11: Asia 2016[67][73]
November 4, 2016 Seoul South Korea Yes24 Live Hall n/a N/A N/A
November 6, 2016 Tokyo Japan Knotfest N/A N/A

Cancelled or rescheduled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
Leg 1: North America 2015
January 27, 2015 Long Island United States Paramount Theatre Winter Storm Juno[74]
Leg 8: Europe 2015
November 16, 2015 Paris France Le Zénith November 2015 Paris attacks[75]
Leg 9: North America 2016 (with Slipknot)
July 21, 2016 Quebec Canada Centre Vidéotron Undisclosed illness[d]

Notes

  1. ^ The January 29, 2015 concert at Terminal 5 was originally scheduled for January 26. It was rescheduled due to Winter Storm Juno.[38]
  2. ^ a b c d The February 21, 22, 28 and March 1 concerts in Australia were part of the Soundwave Festival.[47]
  3. ^ a b The February 25 and 27 concerts in Australia were joint shows featuring Apocalyptica and Deathstars.[46]
  4. ^ a b It was announced mid-show that the band would not be performing at the venue. The date still went ahead, with Slipknot and opening act Of Mice & Men performing.[76]

Lineup

Sources:[23][43][77]

Opening acts

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