Ginger Fish – the man behind the kit for Marilyn Manson – took a spill from a raised platform near the end of the shock-rocker’s New York City gig November 25, resulting in a hairline fracture of his collarbone.

The injury reportedly won’t cause a disruption to Manson’s tour in support of Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death), which resumes November 28 in Detroit.

The drummer – whose real name is Kenny Wilson – and Manson were trying to destroy the drum kit at the end of the show at the Hammerstein Ballroom.

The unlucky drummer tumbled over the kit and off the five-foot-high platform, and lay crumpled on the floor for quite a few minutes before being transported to St. Vincent Hospital by paramedics.

Wilson was released the following morning and is expected to be on stage for the Detroit gig because the injury is considered only slight, a Manson spokesperson told Pollstar.

It’s not the first time Wilson has put his body on the line for the band. In 1996, a concert at Irving Plaza in NYC was halted after just four songs when Manson smacked him in the head with the weighted base of a mic stand and reportedly cracked his skull.