Rob Zombie, the legendary heavy metal musician and filmmaker, has revealed an interesting fact that he and the iconic vocalist Marilyn Manson always end up laughing during their phenomenal cover, ‘Helter Skelter.’

On Instagram, Zombie has recently posted a picture of himself with his close friend and the metal musician Marilyn Manson taken on stage while they were performing the song, ‘Helter Skelter.’ Captured during the ‘Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour,’ which was held in 2019, the two legends couldn’t hide their laughs in the picture, as Zombie said.

Rob said that for some reason, they would always end up laughing during their performance of ‘Helter Skelter.’ Originally the song of The Beatles, which was written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney, ‘Helter Skelter’ was covered by Zombie and Manson in 2018.

Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour‘ was the third double-bill concert tour co-headlined by Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson. The tour was staged by concert promoter LiveNation, following the critical and commercial success of the Twins of Evil franchise, from July 9, 2019, until August 18, 2019.

It covered 24 dates throughout North America, including 6 shows in Canada, and lasted for 6 weeks. The tour was a sequel to the ‘Twins of Evil Tour’ (2012) and the ‘Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour’ with special guest Deadly Apples (2018) and similarly visited arena-sized venues.

Here is what Rob Zombie said in his latest Instagram post:

“For some reason we would always end up laughing during Helter Skelter. Not sure why? I guess we were having fun! 💀👍🏼”

You can check out the post and the cover of Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson below.