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Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker and R.E.M.’s Peter Buck Team Up to Form New Band super-Earth

April 29th, 2014
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Corin Tucker, formerly of Sleater-Kinney, and R.E.M guitarist Peter Buck have set hearts aflutter everywhere when they announced their involvement in a new band, super-Earth.
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Al Jourgensen Checks into Rehab for Alcohol Abuse

January 20th, 2014
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Al Jourgensen, founder and frontman of the iconic metal band Ministry, announced via Facebook this weekend that he’s checking himself into rehab, for alcohol abuse.
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Ministry – From Beer To Eternity

September 5th, 2013
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From Ministry To Infinity

Ministry is a band that has an undoubtedly long history. The band has been around since 1981 and have since released several studio albums. They have also experimented with different genres, with industrial metal being their primary choice since the late ’80s. Since their reformation 2011, Ministry has been stronger than ever. With the release of their latest From Beer to Eternity, Ministry released one of the strongest albums in 2013.
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By Juan Hurtado Posted in High Fidelity, Reviews

WATCH: Ministry Release New Video for Song “PermaWar”

August 17th, 2013
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Ministry has just released a video for the new track “PermaWar,” featured on their upcoming album From Beer to Eternity. The album is scheduled to release September 10th via AFM/13th Planet Records. Read more…

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Al Jourgensen of Ministry Working on Project with Trent Reznor and Lil’ Wayne

August 8th, 2013
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Some unlikely stars are set to collide. Al Jourgensen, founding member of Ministry has joined forces with Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and – ahem – Lil’ Wayne. Consider our curiosity piqued.

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Ministry Frontman Al Jourgensen Discusses Sex, Drugs, and Brief Relationship with Aimee Mann in New Autobiography

July 8th, 2013

Al Jourgensen, frontman and founder of industrial metal band Ministry, has bared his soul in an autobiography that epitomizes the sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. The book contains an in depth look at the creation of many of Ministry’s albums, vicious stories involving fellow musicians, his love affair with Aimee Mann, and more.
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Ministry Announces New CD From Beer To Eternity Set for September 2013 Release

June 18th, 2013

Ministry’s 13th studio album, From Beer to Eternity is ready to be released in September. This is fantastic news since everyone, including the band themselves, thought their 2012 album Relapse would be their last. Read more…

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Ministry Announce New Album From Beer to Eternity Set for September 2013 Release

March 28th, 2013

Ministry has announced that their thirteenth studio album From Beer to Eternity will be released on September 2nd, 2013. Read more…

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Ministry Show in Paris Canceled Mid-Set After Al Jourgensen Needed to Be Rushed to the Hospital

August 1st, 2012

Frontman Al Jourgensen of Ministry cancelled a show at Bataclan in Paris, France on July 28th after he collapsed mid-set and was forced to stop. There were reports that Jourgensen looked “rather intoxicated and was nearly unable to move throughout the performance.” He was rushed by ambulance to the hospital after collapsing on stage. The band was forced to cancel their Rock En Stock Festival appearance the following day at Parc Du Valigot in Etaples, France. Read more…

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Ministry – Relapse

March 30th, 2012

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Getting Those Clowns Off Capitol Hill Since 1981

Despite claims that the band would never reform, Al Jourgensen just couldn’t stay away. After a 5-year absence, industrial metal legends Ministry have returned to once again ignite public discourse with their vitriolic critiques of society. On their twelfth studio album, Relapse, it’s more of the band’s patented grooves, and more of the politics. Read more…

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