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Release date: 6 September 2013
Style: Industrial metal, Post-Punk

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01. Hail To His Majesty
02. Punch In The Face
03. Permawar
04. Perfect Storm
05. Fairly Unbalanced
06. The Horror
07. Side FX Include Mikey's Middle Finger (T.V.4)
08. Lesson Unlearned
09. Thanx But No Thanx
10. Change Of Luck
11. Enjoy The Silence

Review


Line-up
John Bechdel - keyboards, programming
Allen David "Al" Jourgensen - guitars, programming, vocals
Tommy Victor - guitars
Aaron Rossi - drums
Tony Campos - bass

Staff review by
D.T. Metal

Rating:
8.3
Ministry called it quits a few years back, decided to give it another shot with last year's release Relapse, all seemed honky dory, they went into the studio to make more magic happen and then, once again, real life threw a major wrench into Uncle Al's plans for a revitalized version of the band. With that being said, I won't compare this album to the rest of Ministry's discography, but rather review it on the merit of what it portrays.

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published 23.09.2013 | Comments (4)

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Big-Al - 30.03.2013 at 16:35  
Rating: 8 Cool... song titles look more like revco titles. But: cool
svartberger - 03.09.2013 at 01:34  
Rating: 6 Not as good as relapse i tell you
crucifiedjesus - 08.09.2013 at 19:17  
  Album name reminiscent of the good old days. ie dark side of the spoon, the mind is a terrible thing to taste. have only heard the single Permawar so far didnt hate it but didnt love it either. Laughed that he was using Obama quotes now rather than Bush quotes
I, braineater - 10.09.2013 at 17:29  
Rating: 8 Relapse was beyond mediocre. One of the worst of Al's in recent memory. Beers is far superior with him actually showing some consistency again finally. Hardly perfect, but it actually feels like a Ministry album for a change at least and the best one in ages easy. 'Permawar' is teh weakest track and does not show what this album is; there are a handful of the more modern Ministry style metal tracks, but this is by far the most industrial record he's made in decades.
Lião - 02.10.2013 at 06:04  
  Uninspired, dumb lyrics. Last two tracks are somewhat enjoyable.

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