Are there two guys that have interpreted their music as a way of life more than Lemmy Kilmister and Al Jourgensen? Excess of all sorts is the name of the game in this Round 1 matchup of our Greatest Metal Frontman tournamen!
You may have heard that Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen has become a superhero. Yep, the extensively pierced, tattooed and infamous industrial musician will play the part of Alien F. Jourgensen in an upcoming comic book series, and we've got some exclusive sketches of Jourgensen to share with you right now!
Today's video of the day celebrates the birth of Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen! The industrial pioneer turns 55 today (Oct. 9) and we pay tribute by looking back at the politically charged clip for 'No W.'
By Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen's own account, his legendary industrial project is no more. So where does Uncle Al go from here? Obviously, the next logical career step is to become a super hero; a tremendous responsibility which Jourgensen has taken in stride.
Well, they’ve always said the third time is a charm, right? Ministry are back with their latest "final" album. After disbanding in 2008, mainman Al Jourgensen stated there would never be a reunion and that ‘The Last Sucker’ was indeed the last Ministry album. He said that Ministry takes up too much time, that he had six other bands he was responsible for, and could release seven albums in a year if he did not have to focus on Ministry. Two albums later, here we are with ‘From Beer to Eternity.’
Ministry's 13th studio album, 'From Beer to Eternity,' is drawing ever closer to a worldwide release. Fans of Al Jourgensen's revolutionary industrial project have already been given access to the album's first single, 'PermaWar,' and now, along with our friends at Noisecreep, we're giving you the exclusive premiere of the 'PermaWar' music video!
It's official … Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen has overtaken Ozzy Osbourne as the master of insane stories. Actually, the debate is still open, but when comparing the two, this particular story from Jourgensen may tip the scales in his favor.
Ministry have just released the track 'Permawar,' the first single from the act's upcoming 13th studio album, 'From Beer to Eternity.' 'Permawar' was one of the last songs ever recorded by the late Mike Scaccia, who died Dec. 23 onstage while performing with his other band Rigor Mortis.
When you're talking to Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen, you never know what the man will offer. Always entertaining and confidant in his belief system, Jourgensen showcases his individualism whenever he speaks, and during our latest chat with Uncle Al, those sentiments were firing on all cylinders.
Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's radio show this past weekend. Uncle Al talked all about his new book, 'Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen' and the b
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