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Watch Ministry's Trippy New DIY Video for "Believe Me"

Industrial Strength Tour with Melvins and COC set to kick off in March

Ministry are gearing up to hit the road on their twice-delayed Industrial Strength Tour in March, and ahead of the trek, the rivethead figureheads have offered up a new music video, for the song "Believe Me" off 2021's Moral Hygiene. The DIY clip was created by bandleader Al Jourgensen, guitarists Cesar Soto and Monte Pittman, bassist Paul D'Amour (formerly of Tool), drummer Roy Mayora and keyboardist John Bechdel, who filmed themselves at home in front of green screens, footage that was then stitched together for the final psychedelic visual. Watch above.

The Industrial Strength Tour is set to kick off March 2nd in Columbus, Ohio, and will find the band joined by sludge-mongers the Melvins and Corrosion of Conformity. In addition to celebrating the 30th anniversary of the band's seminal album The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste, Jourgensen and his co-conspirators plan to give standout cuts off Moral Hygiene their live debuts.

For more Jourgensen, watch Uncle Al on our "Fan First" podcast, talking Iggy Pop, Joey Jordison, growing up in Cuba and much more.