Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen has done a lot of strange things, to say the least, and now you can add “serving as weatherman” to the list. He recently visited an El Paso, Texas TV station, KVIA, and took on the role. Check out his weather report and an interview with the vocalist below.
Recently resurrected industrial-metal titans Ministry are hitting the road in support of this year’s comeback album, Relapse–check out their exclusive US tour dates below. In the meantime, main man Al Jourgensen & Co. have unleashed the music video for Relapse‘s lead-off track, “Ghouldiggers.” Watch the animated clip below and let us know what you think […]
Ministry Frontman Al Jourgensen’s Country Side Project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters, Streams New Album
Get the exclusive first listen to ‘Bikers Welcome! Ladies Drink Free.’ Record hits stores on January 17.
Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen’s country side project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters, will release its debut album on January 17. The disc, Bikers Welcome! Ladies Drink Free, also features Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen and Jourgensen’s Ministry bandmate Mike Scaccia on guitars, as well as Tony Campos (Soulfly, ex-Static-X) on bass. Jourgensen originally devised his […]
Since founding influential industrial-metal band Ministry 30 years ago, Al Jourgensen–who is featured in our new, 100th issue as one of the 100 Greatest Living Rock Stars–has experienced almost everything it’s possible to encounter as a hard-living extreme-music-maker. With Ministry returning with a new album, Relapse, in March and supporting tour next year–plus Jourgensen’s psycho-country […]
A new documentary detailing industrial metallers Ministry’s 1996 Sphinctour is to be screened at the end of this month and in October. Directed by Douglas Freel, Fix: the Ministry Movie follows the band during their world tour, exploring their adventures and excesses on the road, particularly those of frontman Al Jourgensen. Also featured in the […]