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Marilyn Manson injured, while Hole cancels tour.
Marilyn Manson took a fall at a show at the Great Western Forum last week and injured his ankle. Due to the injury which some fans at the show say resulted from Manson diving off of an amplifier during "Rock is Dead", Manson cut the show short. 

Authorities were surprised when fans although disappointed left the venue without incident. 

During the previous nights Anaheim show Courtney Love announced that her band Hole would no longer continue on the joint tour with Manson. According to Love Sundays show at the Great Western Forum would be Hole's last appearance on the Tour. 

Love has stated that she was shocked at Manson's "Evil" stage show complete with anti religious props and theatrics. Many insiders say the tension goes deeper than Manson's "evil" stage personality. Many believe she was disappointed in the Pro Manson crowds which failed to fully get into Hole's performances. She had walked off the stage after only a 45 minute set at a March 6th show in Portland Or. 

So the fate of the Manson/Hole tour seems sealed as the Rock is Dead tour will now go down into Rock n Roll history, and the bands move on to other things. 
 

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