MARILYN MANSON Drummer Launches New Project

February 14, 2005

MARILYN MANSON drummer Ginger Fish has teamed up with guitarist/vocalist David Scott and bassist James Marino in a new project called MARTYR PLOT. A recently recorded demo track, "In the Red", can currently be downloaded from

Fish broke his wrist and suffered a slight concussion in a fall from the stage at the Comet 2004 awards in Germany last September. The drummer, whose real name is Kenny Wilson, fell off the stage as MANSON performed a cover version of DEPECHE MODE's "Personal Jesus" at the award ceremony in Cologne. He has since been replaced in the group's touring lineup by Chris Vrenna (ex-NINE INCH NAILS).

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