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Ministry’s Al Jourgensen recalls chasing Metallica with veggies and more

Posted by on October 6, 2017

For those who are wiped out from yet another long week, you should head over to Metal Hammer to find some laughable material. Ministry vocalist Al Jourgensen aka “Uncle Al,” doesn’t care about holding back from the media or anyone who stands in his way. Therefore, he revealed detail stories such as experimenting with hard […]

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Recap: Riot Fest delivers once again

Posted by on September 20, 2017

As Riot Fest wraps up for another year, the Chicago based festival once again provided one of the strongest and most diverse festivals around. With headliners like Nine Inch Nails, Queens of The Stone Age, Jawbreaker, Prophets of Rage, Gogol Bordello, A Day To Remember, At The Drive In, and Bad Brains, Riot Fest had […]

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Ministry announce Fall US tour with Death Grips

Posted by on July 17, 2017

Ministry’s new album Amerikkant will be released sometime this fall and we have already enjoyed  their new tune, “Antifa.” We can only guess this new record will arrive sometime this October especially since these industrial metal giants announced their upcoming US tour. The legends have teamed up with Death Grips for an extensive trek that […]

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Ministry debut new ‘AmeriKKKant’ song “Antifa” live at Blackest of the Black Fest

Posted by on May 30, 2017

It has been four years since Ministry released 2013’s From Beer to Eternity which was going to be their final album. However, an ample amount has changed since then especially from our government and political viewpoints. With that said, the group’s forthcoming album Amerikkkant is expected to arrive sometime this fall, and it includes guest […]

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First wave of Riot Fest bands include plenty of metal, Jawbreaker reunion

Posted by on April 19, 2017

The first wave of Riot Fest’s 2017 lineup has been announced. While the Festival is sitting out Denver this year, it will be returning to Douglas Park, Il from September 15-17. And while there will be a second wave of announced bands coming soon, the initial lineup includes quite a few more heavier bands than […]

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Update: Blackest of the Black festival continues without Fear Factory

Posted by on March 28, 2017

On Sunday (26) Danzig revealed the lineup for the Blackest of the Black festival on Whiplash the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie. We were excited to hear the news including the initial 18 bands. However, with the new flyer and the official announcement, it seems Fear Factory has dropped off the festival. […]

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Danzig’s Blackest of the Black festival lineup revealed

Posted by on March 27, 2017

Just over a week ago Danzig confirmed he was bringing back the Blackest of the Black, this time as a festival. When we heard this news, Danzig and Ministry were the only two acts confirmed and we would find out about all 20 bands and the 20 “evil attractions” on March 27th. The two-day-festival is […]

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Danzig to headline his Blackest of the Black Fest with Ministry, new album coming

Posted by on March 16, 2017

As if he couldn’t top last year, with Misfits reuniting and a Portlandia appearance, 2017 is shaping up be a huge year for Glenn Danzig.  For starters, he’s bringing back the Blackest of the Black, this time as a festival. The festival will take place in Silverado, California on May 26-27. Currently Danzig and Ministry are […]

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Dope makes Trump & Hillary bond in NSFW cover of Ministry’s “Thieves”

Posted by on March 8, 2017

It’s no secret that many aren’t happy about our new President Donald Trump. We have a collection of political statements and outbursts on this subject including Ice-T calling Trump “the ultimate con artist,” one believing his win would be the end of the United States, and others calling him the biggest joke. Additionally, bands fear […]

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Top 5: Klayton of Circle of Dust’s favorite industrial albums

Posted by on November 8, 2016

On December 9th, the first Circle of Dust album in nearly 20 years, Machines of Our Disgrace, will be released. Artist/producer Klayton, who may be best-known for his work in post-Circle of Dust project Celldweller, will release CoD’s first album since 1998’s Disengage on his own FiXT label. The album returns to the act’s industrial roots, welding electronic […]

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