Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson brought their 'Twins of Evil' Tour this past Saturday not far from the Capital District.  Stopping only about two hours away- in Hartford, Connecticut- they brought their live performance in all of it's sinfully delicious glory.  I was lucky enough to be in the crowd, in all of MY glory, to enjoy.  Between Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, I felt bad in all of the right ways, with hit after hit after hit.  Manson went on first, opening with 'Cruci-Fiction in Space' and ending with the infamous 'Cry Little Sister' [a cover of the song made oh-so-famous in "The Lost Boys"].  SERIOUSLY. Manson covering the theme song from "The Lost Boys."  Is anything more perfect?!  Between his stage props, costumes, and dark morose stage presence, Marilyn Manson lived up to every expectation that I could have had.  As for Rob Zombie?! Well, let's get real. Rob Zombie never fails to perform. High energy, amazing production, ghoulish costumes, and a ton of hits? I could see him twenty times more live and it wouldn't be enough.  If you have a chance to catch this show, I would definitely suggest it! In the meantime, check out some of my photos below:

Twins of Evil