Some artists have always felt the calling to make rock music that tries its best to be pure evil. When it's done well, like Marilyn Manson does in "Deep Six," the effect is a complete escape to the artist's world and their view on it. It's exceptionally trying for an outsider to explain these worlds, because they are inhabited by only one person. Here, Manson does his best to be your guide and lures you in under the false pretense that you're listening to "rock" music.
The elements are all there, a relatively simple drum beat with a chugging riff laid on top of it. The structure of the song is like most rock songs that you'll here out there too. However, the vocals are where this song leaves all notions of being generic behind. They are absolutely seductive in the first minute before erupting into the explosive metal style singing that music from Manson's late 90s and mid 2000s heyday is known for. The people who call this music satanic are not in fact crazy, but are noticing the parallels in biblical corruption wherein the evil that ends you feels like guilty yet harmless fun. Where they end up missing the point is that all of this really is just a harmless and enjoyable romp through Manson's fun house.
"Deep Six" is taken from Manson's upcoming ninth album The Pale Emperor, due out 16 January via his Hell, etc. imprint.