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Joseph Cultice Directed this video. Shot in 1998 in NYC and LA.
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Apple of Sodom on Wikipedia
"Apple of Sodom"
Single by Marilyn Manson
from the album Lost Highway Soundtrack
ReleasedFebruary 18, 1997
Recorded1996 at Nothing Studios in New Orleans, Louisiana
Writer(s)Marilyn Manson
Producer(s)Trent Reznor, Marilyn Manson
Marilyn Manson singles chronology

"Apple of Sodom" is a song by Marilyn Manson. The song is featured on the Lost Highway film soundtrack.

A music video was directed by Joseph Cultice in 1998. It was leaked on the video streaming website YouTube 10 years later.


  • 1 Appearances
    • 1.1 Soundtracks
    • 1.2 Singles
  • 2 Versions
  • 3 Music video
  • 4 References


  • Lost Highway (1997)


  • "The Dope Show" (1998)


  • Apple of Sodom
  • Apple of Sodom (Live)
  • Apple of Sodom (Live)

Music video

On November 24, 2009, the music video for "Apple of Sodom" was released, 11 years after it was originally created. It was directed by Joseph Cultice and shot in 1998, in New York City and Los Angeles. The video mixes the gritty darkness of the Antichrist Superstar era with the glam of the upcoming Mechanical Animals era and seems to have been intended as a transition between the two albums. It was eventually shelved due to its nudity and low budget quality, especially in comparison to "The Dope Show", which would be released the same year.

"I did it myself with Manson, never got much of a release, partly because of the tits, and it was so low budget."

— Joseph Cultice



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