Marilyn Manson is sharing another new song from his upcoming album, 'The Pale Emperor,' but it's a track that at least some of his fans may already be partially familiar with. The song is called 'Cupid Carries a Gun' and a portion of the song was used early last year during the opening credits to the WGN America series, 'Salem.'

At the time, Manson stated, "The song 'Cupid Carries a Gun' was the last track we just finished for my new album. The occult and witchcraft [are] so often used in cinema with a heinous disregard for even researching its origins. However, I liked the themes of 'Salem.' It looks at the witch trials without being cliché like most modern films."

Manson collaborated on the track with composer Tyler Bates and he's posted the song in full via his Facebook page. You can check out the post embedded below, and for those of you unable to sign in to Spotify, you can listen in the player provided above.


Manson's 'The Pale Emperor' album is due in stores Jan. 20 and can be pre-ordered at Amazon and iTunes.