NRV-TV • TWIGGY RAMIREZ
"My interpretation of the title The High End Of Low would be just, how low can you get with something? How dark and how more fucked up can things get, or possibly be, you know, and how much torture can you put yourself through?
"As it progressed it was obvious what was working was for it to be organic and not like over-produced and just kinda like, there's nothing that has to be re-created cos there's only two guitar parts or onew guitar part instead of being like ten guitar tracks or all this stuff that's impossible for a band to play. So anything on this record can be recreated byt the live band, which is why the stuff sounds the best live too."
"Working with A Perfect Circle and Nine Inch Nails I learned a lot, I definitely came back a better musician. I don't think it has to do with either of those bands, it just has to do with playing with other people.
"I think the real world is a little more dangerous than Marilyn Manson is, the band. Real life is scarier than what we do, I think, and the more fucked up the world is, the more things Manson has to talk about. He's just a reflection of what's going on, so if the world's gotten more dangerous, so has Marilyn Manson.
Transcribed & Submitted By: S.D.