Marilyn Manson
Marilyn Manson attends the Relentless Energy Drink Kerrang! Awards at the Troxy on June 11, 2015 in London, England. Danny E. Martindale/GETTY

Rock singer Marilyn Manson was injured during a concert Saturday night in New York City. A stage prop fell on the singer as he performed.

“Manson suffered an injury towards the end of an incredible NYC show. He is being treated at a local hospital,” said a statement from the singer’s representative.

A source told Variety Magazine that Manson “should be fine,” but there has been no official word.

Manson, 48, attempted to climb stage props of two pistols when it appeared that he tumbled backward and the stage props fell on top of him. The band was about halfway into their set and playing a cover of “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” by the Eurythmics when the incident happened. The concert took place at Hammerstein Ballroom.

The band played for several moments before realizing that Manson was not getting up. He was eventually wheeled off stage on a stretcher and the rest of the show was canceled.

Manson’s “Heaven Upside Down” tour is to support the album of the same name which is set to be released Oct. 6. The American leg of the tour started earlier this week in Maryland and is set to run through October and into November in the U.S. and the through December in Europe. No immediate information was available on whether tour dates would be canceled following the incident.

“Heaven Upside Down” is Manson’s tenth studio album.