Let’s start this off by stating unequivocally that I love Frontline Assembly and, in my eyes, they can do…
Formed in 2000, the Californian extreme industrial outfit Dawn of Ashes – a metaphor for the ‘beginning of an…
Industrial metal godfathers, Ministry have unveiled a new single and lyric video titled “Alert Level.” The track marks the…
Celebrating the milestone 30th anniversary of Ministry’s game-changing album The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste (November 14, 1989, via Sire), the band’s founder-in-chief, Al Jourgensen, has confirmed a special summer trek with old school vets KMFDM and Front Line Assembly.
Ministry’s Prescripture: The Visual History (Melodic Virtue) is a beautifully designed, fully authorized visual history of the career of a brilliant band and man (Al Jourgensen), as designed by Aaron Tanner. Every page is lovingly laid out with photos, advertisements, illustrations, and scribbles – many of which have never before seen the light of day.
Slayer, supported by Primus, Ministry, and opening act Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, played their final show at The Forum in Los Angeles, and it was a night to remember to say the very least.
For fans of Ministry, this was a dream evening featuring a screening of Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records, sets from Ministry and Cold Cave and so much more at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
The Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records soundtrack is not just a cultural snapshot of the early 1990s underground and industrial music scenes in Chicago, but a cleverly curated showcase of some of the Wax Trax! Records artists that helped shape that scene – and a delightful trip down memory lane in the process.
Following the thorny arc of the rise and fall of an important musical movement, as well as explaining how the details and artifacts of the entire Wax Trax! Records history was nearly lost forever, we celebrate the April 16th release of INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT: The Story of Wax Trax! Records with a very in-depth interview with Julia Nash.
WAX TRAX! Records has confirmed the April 16h release of the document and soundtrack, Industrial Accident: The Story of WAX TRAX! RECORDS.
“Industrial came about because a bunch of British avant-garde artists got tired of strictly doing street performance and wanted to start a band.” So begins our latest installment of A Ridiculously Short History of…; this time around, INDUSTRIAL!
Ministry and the legend Al Jourgensen capped their 2018 tour, playing two shows in L.A. at the Fonda Theatre. We were there for one of them and we got all the photos for you.
Ministry rolled through Toronto touring their 2018 Nuclear Blast Records release, AmeriKKKant. Al Jourgensen and co. hit the Rebel stage and ripped through their set with impressive support from Alien Weaponry.