During his performance at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom on Sept. 30, singer-songwriter Marilyn Manson got injured by a large stage prop, according to Pitchfork. In video footage from the incident, it appears as though the two large props were pistols, of which collapsed on Manson as he was performing. The concert's crew immediately rushed to the stage, in order to help Manson back up and to remove the pistol props from their collapse. Manson was then taken to a local hospital, according to a representative who spoke with Pitchfork.
The Hammerstein Ballroom concert was a part of Manson's tour alongside Alice Glass, whom he has been touring with only since the end of September, according to Pitchfork, as this was just the third stop for the joint-tour. It has not been confirmed whether or not Manson will be able to perform at the tour's anticipated continuation tomorrow, Oct. 2, in Boston at the House of Blues. The accident at Hammerstein Ballroom also followed another set of injuries that Manson sustained along this tour. An AXS review of the Hammerstein Ballroom show noted that Manson recently "suffered an ankle injury" at his concert in Pittsburg on Sept. 29.
The injuries also occurred as Manson is on the cusp of releasing his latest album, Heaven Upside Down, which is due out on Oct. 6. On Sept. 11, Manson teased the new album, by premiering his latest single, "We Know Where You F***ing Live," which can currently be streamed on YouTube. It remains unclear how Manson's injuries will impact the duration of his North American tour, which is anticipated to run through December.