Ministry's Al Jourgensen has revealed the players that will make up his live band when the group returns to the road in 2015.
Ministry's Al Jourgensen Joins New Film 'The Bridge'
Al Jourgensen revealed that he has divorced wife and longtime 13th Planet business partner, Angelina Lukacin, and has launched a new music project.
Dubbed as Ministry's final live release, the double CD/DVD 'Last Tangle in Paris' will hit shelves on July 8.
According to Al, Ministry will hit America, Europe, Mexico, Australia, Japan and South America during an upcoming world tour.
It was recently revealed that Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was teaming up with artist Sam Shearon to create a new comic book series, 'The Devil's Chord,' due sometime in 2014. With that news came word that some of Jourgensen's fellow industrial music legends would appear as superheroes in the comic book. One of those musicians is KMFDM mastermind Sascha Konietzko.
As expected, Al Jourgensen entered rehab for alcohol abuse yesterday (Feb. 3). But what was unexpected was that he entered rehab with a .33 blood-alcohol level! On his personal Facebook page, the Ministry mastermind shared a slew of colorful posts the day before his stint in rehab began, tackling subjects such as Philip Seymour Hoffman's death, the Super Bowl, the Puppy Bowl, the Kitten Bowl + more.
Legendary Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen, who helped pioneer the industrial rock movement, has announced that he is checking into a rehab facility on Feb. 3 to combat his alcohol abuse. The rock frontman, who has infamously battled addictions to drugs and alcohol throughout his career, announced the news via a series of colorful Facebook posts.
Excited about Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen's upcoming graphic novel series? We are! That's why we've got yet another exclusive on 'Ministry: The Devil's Chord - The Chronicles of Alien F. Jourgensen.' The series promises to include many of Al Jourgensen's real-life friends. Turns out that Sascha Konietzko of German industrial veterans KMFDM is one of those very people, and we've got the first look at Konietzko's animated character.