When Marilyn Manson recorded "The Fight Song" for 2000's Holy Wood, the musician spoke deeply about human apathy, our shallow society and Manson's own rejection of god. Fast forward to 2015 -- Marilyn Manson reportedly brought the fight all the way to a Denny's in Canada.

According to TMZ, Marilyn Manson treated himself to some Denny's after finishing up an April 4 concert at the Shaw Conference Centre in Alberta. At around 2AM the next morning, Manson reportedly got into an altercation with a group at another table, leading to Manson getting clocked in the face.

There's no word on whether Manson responded with a Grand Slam of his own, but TMZ reports Manson allegedly called the man's girlfriend a b-tch.

Police have confirmed that some sort of Lumberjack Slam took place at the Denny's, but no charges were filed by either party and the case is now closed. Manson's reps have yet to comment on the situation.

Marilyn Manson is currently on the spring leg of his 'Hell Not Hallelujah' tour, which will conclude May 13 in Grand Rapids, Mich. Manson will hit the road once again in July for a string of co-headlining shows with the Smashing Pumpkins.

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