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.
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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.
Now that Ministry have seemingly recorded their last album, mastermind Al Jourgensen is open to venture on with new creative endeavors. Recently, it was revealed that Uncle Al would become a superhero … in the new comic book series, 'Ministry: The Devil's Chord - The Chronicles of Alien F. Jourgensen.' To get you even more excited about the dark graphic novels, we spoke with the series' co-creator and artist Sam Shearon for an exclusive interview.
Al Jourgensen has been working on a multitude of projects since Ministry said goodbye with their latest (and apparently last) album 'From Beer to Eternity.' Al isn't the type of guy just to sit back and let the clouds drift by. Nope! In fact, Jourgensen has become a super hero for his upcoming comic book series, 'Ministry: The Devils' Chord - The Chronicles of Alien F. Jourgensen.'
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!
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!