Watch Marilyn Manson Perform 'The Beautiful People' With Viral Teen Metal Band

Has Marilyn Manson found the fountain of youth? As the goth icon enters middle age, he's constantly out to prove he can still rock like he's half his age. Touring behind new album The Pale Emperor, Manson enlisted the help of one of Billboard's 2014 21 Under 21 rising stars at his recent Bethlehem, Pa. gig.

On Jan. 31, Manson brought out teenaged metal trio Unlocking the Truth to assist him on his 1996 hit single "The Beautiful People." Check out the video above, as Malcolm Brickhouse, Alec Atkins, and Jarad Dawkins help out on backing vocals, and Brickhouse provides a little stagedive at the end.

Marilyn Manson on His New Album 'The Pale Emperor': 'I Have Hellhounds on My Heels -- and This Record Is Payment'

Unlocking the Truth has already opened for Guns N' Roses and played Coachella's main stage. They've signed a five-album, $1.8 million deal with The Cherry Party/Sony (in partnership with Artery) and are prepared to release their first album in 2015.

Manson's The Pale Emperor dropped Jan. 20 and debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, with approximately 51,000 album equivalent units sold.


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