On Sunday, March 13th, Ministry took their power-packed Industrial Strength Tour to the State Theatre in Portland, Maine. Joining Al Jourgensen and his bandmates — which include OG TOOL bassist Paul D'Amour — were sludge-mongers Melvins and Corrosion of Conformity. Each band delivered high-octane sets full of fan favorites; notably, Ministry's leaned heavily into The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste as the twice-delayed trek was originally intended to celebrate the album's 30th anniversary. In that vein, the industrial-metal pioneers revived the setup from the original Mind tour, complete with iconic chainlink fence.
Revolver's own creative director Jimmy Hubbard was there to catch all the action with his trusty camera — see some of his standout shots below.