Punk music legend Henry Rollins recently revealed that he helped infamous killer Charles Manson record an album of acoustic pop songs. He announced the album at a Los Angeles radio event on December 9. The project stems from Rollins' time living at the SST Records headquarters in the 1980s. The label was contacted by one of Manson's lawyers. SST was originally going to release the Rollins-produced songs, but according to a Guardian UK article, a string of death-threats caused them to cancel the product. The label destroyed all but five of the records, two of which are still in Rollins' possession.
While there was no mention of this album seeing a wide release anytime in the future, Magic Bullet Records is one album deep into a series of four records featuring new Manson material.