Just weeks after Ministry's latest album Moral Hygiene was added to many "best of 2021" year-end lists, including Loudwire, Consequence Of Sound, Punk News and XS Rock (where it was ranked the #1 album of the year), Al Jourgensen and co. are sharing the latest taste of the record with the new track Believe Me alongside a warped, psychedelic video that will have viewers questioning..
It is impossible to know where to begin when talking about Ministry. With origins in the late 1970's, the band actually began some 40 years ago in 1981 as a synth-pop act before evolving into a pioneering industrial band that has influenced too many to name. With a revolving line up which has featured artists..
In addition to four decades of incredible original material that spawned a whole new genre of music, industrial mainstays Ministry and creator/frontman Al Jourgensen are also well known for a series of memorable cover songs from Black Sabbath's Supernaut to Bob Dylan's Lay Lady Lay. The newest tribute is a take on The Stooges' Search And Destroy offering a uniquely slowed down tempo and Jourgensen's guttural howl..
After incubating for the larger part of 2020 – at a time when creative mastermind Al Jourgensen was able to ruminate on the new world we as a society have found ourselves in – the time has finally come for Ministry to unleash their much-anticipated 15th studio album. Aptly titled Moral Hygiene, the album will be released via Nuclear Blast Records on October 1st. With some..
Al Jourgensen (photo by Derick Smith) With less than 4 months until the kick-off of their much-anticipated US Industrial Strength Tour, Ministry today shares the official touring line-up of the band that will be appearing on the 23-date trek across America. In addition to Ministry creator and frontman Al Jourgensen (vocals, guitar), the band will include Roy Mayorga (drums), Paul D'Amour (bass), Cesar Soto (guitar), Monte Pittman (guitar) and John Bechdel (keyboards)...
With a new US election on the horizon and America still on the brink, Ministry’s Al Jourgensen has re-entered the studio to create his missives that will become material for a to-be-announced new album on Nuclear Blast Records. The first taste comes today with bold new track Alert Level accompanied by a provocative lyric video, created by Agent Ogden. See the video below! The..