Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen recently conducted an interview with Revolver‘s sister publication in the U.K., Metal Hammer, where the industrial-metal pioneer discusses the band’s reunion after calling it quits in 2008. According to the heavily pierced Jourgensen, the band will be putting out a new album in December titled Relapse. The record will feature guitarists [...]
Harmonix and MTV Games have announced that they're adding the Ministry classics "Jesus Built My Hotrod," "Stigmata," and "Thieves" to the Rock Band Music Store for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii on August 10. If you want to get them, look for Ministry Pack 02, which should be going for $1.99. All were taken from the original master recordings.
Ever since that creepy witch woman stared out from that field on the cover of Black Sabbath's first record, album cover art has been a vital part of the heavy-music scene—that’s why any diehard fan has at least a few T-shirts or posters emblazoned with their favorite cover images. In Revolver's new "The Art of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal" Special Issue—available on newsstands now—we’ve tracked down and interviewed the artists behind the covers of such landmark records as Led Zeppelin’s Houses of the Holy, Black Sabbath’s Heaven and Hell, Queen’s Queen II, Metallica’s Master of Puppets, Guns N’ Roses’ Appetite for Destruction, Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven, Korn’s Korn, Nine Inch Nails’ The Downward Spiral, Ministry’s Psalm 69, Lamb of God’s Ashes of the Wake, and many, many others. We’ve also unearthed all kinds of rare sketches, photo shoot outtakes, and alternate versions, taking readers through the whole creative process behind these iconic album covers. Get your copy now!!!