Marilyn Manson drummer beats it

Legendary sticksman Ginger Fish has announced that he’s no longer part of Marilyn Manson’s band, NME reports.

The drummer has been with the group since 1995 and played on all of the Marilyn Manson records, aside from the group’s debut ‘Portrait of an American Family’.

In a statement about his departure, the drummer said: ‘I have decided to step down as a member of Marilyn Manson and see where my life, and the knowledge of my availability cares to take me.’

He added: ‘I can't stand by to watch opportunities pass me by simply because the knowledge of my availability wasn't clearly expressed by me. I wish my brothers well, and I expect nothing but great things from them.’

His departure means that only Manson and guitarist Twiggy Ramirez are left from the line-up that spawned the band’s widely acknowledged best works, the trilogy of 1996’s ‘Antichrist Superstar’, 1998's ‘Mechanical Animals’ and 2000’s ‘Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death)’.

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