Industrial metal pioneers Ministry have debuted today the new video for a song from their "final" album From Beer To Eternity. You can hear the new song "PermaWar" and watch the trippy video produced by Angelina Jourgensen and directed by Zach Passero right here. What do you think?
Earlier this year, Ministry announced the release of their final album From Beer To Eternity. Whether or not it will be indeed their final album it remains to be seen, but the industrial metallers have today revealed its cover, release date and more. Ministry's 13th studio album will drop on September 6th via 13th Planet Records. There is also a new DVD on the horizon.
In a new interview with Noisey, Al Jourgensen revealed that Ministry will release a new and their final album, titled From Beer To Eternity, this upcoming September with material written during 19 days in last December, where the band wrote and recorded riffs for 18 songs with late guitarist Mike Scaccia. The band also released some footage with music used in the song "Thanx But No Thanx", which features William Burroughs' A Thanksgiving Prayer. You can watch the video below and see the album tracklist.
US industrial metallers Ministry have cancelled tonight's scheduled performance at L'Étaples Rock en Stock festival in France because frontman Al Jourgensen had to be hospitalized yesterday after collapsing at a show in Paris.
"Ghouldiggers", the new video clip from US industrial metal band Ministry has debuted and is now available for viewing below. The song comes off the band's new album Relapse, which came out on March 23rd through AFM Records. The video is the creation of Zach Passero.
Relapse, the new album from US industrial metallers Ministry is currently streaming online in its entirety at this location. Relapse hit stores today in Europe and will be released on March 26th in the US via AFM Records. More album details here and here. The video for the single "99 Percenters" is also available for viewing at this location.
"99 Percenters", a brand new song from US industrial metallers Ministry is currently streaming online at this location. The song is the first single taken from the band's upcoming studio album titled Relapse, set for release on March 23rd in Europe (March 26th in the US) via AFM Records. More album details were previously reported here and here.
"Double Tap", a brand new song from US industrial metallers Ministry is currently streaming online at this location. The song is the second single taken from the band's new studio album titled Relapse, which will be released on March 23rd in Europe (March 26th in the US) via AFM Records. More album details were previously reported here and here.
US industrial metallers Ministry have announced a series of European summer shows in support of their upcoming new release Relapse. Ministry's touring line-up includes Al Jourgensen (frontman/vox/guitars), Mike Scaccia (Ministry/Rigor Mortis) guitars, Casey Orr (Rigor Mortis) bass, John Bechdel (Ministry/Killing Joke/Fear Factory) keyboards, Aaron Rossi (Ministry/RevCo) drums and Sin Quirin (Ministry/RevCo) guitars. Soulfly's bassist Tony Campos is not performing due to scheduling conflicts.
After unveiling the cover art, US industrial metallers Ministry have now revealed the tracklist for their forthcoming new album Relapse, which will be released on March 3rd, 2012. Before that, the single "Double Tap" will be released as a maxi-single on February 24th.
US industrial metal veterans Ministry have signed a worldwide deal with AFM Records. The band will release their highly-anticipated comeback album Relapse on March 3rd, 2012. Prior to the album, Ministry have released a digital single, entitled "99%" on December 23rd, 2011, now available on iTunes. Currently, Al Jourgensen is finalizing the last mixes on the new material. In the meantime, the band revealed the new album cover art, which can be seen below.
Gigantic Pictures will soon release "FIX", an "uncensored movie about Ministry". The film will be a documentary about the interaction with Ministry onstage and offstage their tour. Judging by the people involved and the age of the musicians, I think it might be the Filth Pig tour. The film will also feature interviews with Trent Reznor, Jonathan Davis, Maynard Keenan, Dave Navarro and many more.
You can go to http://www.fixtheministrymovie.com/ to watch a trailer. If you register, you get a free Paul Barker track for download. It's pretty good.
I wonder who directed this movie and if they have any affiliation with 13th Planet. Either way, the film looks like it might have some entertaining scenes of drunken/high debauchery.
A trailer for the upcoming horror film "Wicked Lake" has been released. Al Jourgensen of Ministry composed the music to this film, and also acts as a music supervisor.
Jourgensen described the film as "Faster Pussycat Kill Kill gone very bad" and is also expected to play the small role of a perverted art professor. Wicked Lake's director Zach Passero also directed Ministry's last video clip "LiesLiesLies".
The trailer is available on the official website or here. Please be warned that there is some brief nudity and gore in the trailer and might therefore be not safe for work.
Industrial metal legends from USA Ministry announced they will end their long and successful career this year. They are currently preparing for their last tour which will end 10th of July in Czech Republic at Masters Of Rock 2008 festival, where they will play their last concert. And then? Nothing more...
Masters Of Rock Official Homepage :
"Americans MINISTRY gained during their long music career enormous success. They were nominated for Grammy Awards several times, in 2000 they lost only with Black Sabbath. The last nomination is from 2007! Yes, Ministry is still very actual band and real legend! It's a cult of industrial metal. Ministry released a new album called "The Last Sucker" and goes on their last world's tour."
Information regarding Ministry's Al Jourgensen suing his ex-bandmate Paul Barker has recently been circulating the Internet. According to the official Los Angeles Superior Court website, case number SC094122, a case for tortious interference regarding contractual agreement has been filed by Al Jourgensen against Paul Barker and Spurburn music. Although documented in legal archives, this case has not yet been publicly confirmed by either side.
Paul Barker left Ministry in 2003, following the release of the album Animositisomina, citing musical differences and personal problems as the reason for this decision. The split seemed amiable and only now is evidence pointing to the contrary beginning to emerge. Since leaving Ministry, Barker has recorded an album as Pink Anvil and joined the band USSA.