Watch Marilyn Manson and Steven Tyler sing with Hollywood Vampires in Los Angeles

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cHollywood Vampires added a few more famous faces to their already star-studded lineup Saturday during a show in Los Angeles.

Marilyn Manson and Steven Tyler both showed up on stage to rock out with the supergroup, made up of Alice Cooper, Tyler’s Aerosmith band mate Joe Perry and actor Johnny Depp.

Manson joined for a rendition of the Cooper song “I’m Eighteen,” while Tyler hopped up to perform Aerosmith’s “Train Kept a Rollin’.”

Fan-filmed footage of both collaborations is streaming now on YouTube.

Hollywood Vampires will release a new album called Rise on June 21.

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