Sara Lee Lucas

Sara Lee Lucas

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Frederick Streithorst, Jr., (born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on June 17, 1970) is the original drummer for Marilyn Manson. Formerly known by his performing name, “Sara Lee Lucas”, (he now is known to go by “S.L. Lucas” or simply, “Lucas”), his alias is derived from American serial killer Henry Lee Lucas and the baked goods company, Sara Lee. Since leaving Marilyn Manson in 1995, he has gone on to perform in many other industrial bands and is known for his signature tribal-style of drumming, the defining sound of the early Marilyn Manson material, as well as his involvement with experimental digital percussion. Presently, Lucas is active with his prestigious mastering company, Masterlab.


1983 - 1990

333 Lunatic Lane, Black Janet, India Loves You

Prior to joining Marilyn Manson, he drummed for local South Florida bands "333 Lunatic Lane", "Black Janet" and "India Loves You," the latter with future Manson bandmate Scott Putesky aka Daisy Berkowitz.

1991 - 1995

Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids, Marilyn Manson

With Marilyn Manson, Lucas wrote and played on the album Portrait of an American Family (produced by Trent Reznor and Alan Moulder). He also contributed material and is credited in Smells Like Children and Antichrist Superstar. He toured on both the Self Destruct Tour along with Nine Inch Nails, and Marilyn Manson's headlining club tour in 1995. He quit the band following the tour, and, along with the...
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