According to Music Week, the singer-songwriter will set up his own Hell Etc. imprint for the release of his group's upcoming eighth studio album after being impressed with the label's handling of the Prodigy's Invaders Must Die LP.
Cooking Vinyl founder Martin Goldschmidt said: "He knew what we did with Prodigy, which proved we are as good as anyone. It’s going to be a real departure for us and a big challenge, but he is going to strengthen us.
"We are very good at working with fan-based artists, getting everyone evangelising about the new album. We call it stealth marketing."
Former Interscope artist Manson added: "Any art is flesh and blood, no matter how you perform, decorate or display it. But we all want the passionate horror of that blood. And blood is what I am here to bring."
His bandmate Twiggy Ramirez recently suggested that the follow-up to last year's The High End Of Low would be like a "punk rock Mechanical Animals".