Ministry's longevity and commitment to politically driven industrial music is absolutely impressive. Founder and mastermind Al Jourgenson is as wild…
He's replaced by Derek Abrams (again).
"Now that you said I'm a pussy I'll do it. I'm playing a little bit of double bass now."
Fear Factory's Burton C. Bell will also be on the tour.
You can hear a bunch of new Clutch songs live.
Lots of spoken word too.
Y'know, because he hates that album.
Remember the Story isn't that flashy of a comeback vehicle, granted, but it does represent a compelling consistency that hasn't always been the hallmark of previous Fireball records.
What a colorful life Al has had.
It's pretty different, but it's still great!
Seems like Ministry has got some killer riffs up its sleeve.
Depending on which date you go to.
Its first new album in seven years, now with Kyuss' ex-bassist.
I have to hand it to Ministry's Al Jourgensen, he's really on top of the game when it comes to…
That album cost $1.5 million to make.
In case you feel like reliving the days of old Ministry.