Marilyn Manson has canceled several coming tour dates, including a scheduled appearance at a metal music festival in Camden, after being injured in an onstage accident in New York over the weekend.

Manson, 48, was scheduled to co-headline the Monster Energy Rock Allegiance Festival at the BB&T Pavilion on Saturday, but will no longer be appearing "due to circumstances out of our control," organizers announced Sunday. Other acts including Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, and Mastodon are still scheduled to appear.

The shock rocker's canceled Camden concert is one of several scrapped dates following Manson's injury at the hands of a pair of giant prop pistols onstage on Manhattan this past weekend. The extent of Manson's injuries has not yet been announced, though a release from his camp noted that he was taken to a hospital after being injured and "will be recuperating at his home in Los Angeles."

Other canceled dates include stops in Boston, Chicago, and Houston, with Manson taking a break from touring through Oct. 14. According to the New York Daily News, tour organizers expect to reschedule the canceled shows. Manson's latest album, Heaven Upside Down, is scheduled to be released Friday.

The Rock Allegiance festival has not yet announced a replacement artist for Manson's set. Representatives of the event did not immediately respond to request for comment.