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Ministry To Release Final Album ‘From Beer to Eternity’ in September

Ministry's Al Jourgensen
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The death of Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia hit the metal community like a brick to the face last year, as Scaccia succumbed from heart failure after collapsing onstage while performing with his other band, Rigor Mortis. Although the news was tragic for his fans, it was infinitely more heartbreaking for Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen, who has just announced that due to his best friend's death, Ministry's next album, 'From Beer to Eternity,' will undoubtedly be the band's last.

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Down and Warbeast Dedicate Winter Tour to Late Rigor Mortis / Ministry Guitarist Mike Scaccia

Down-Warbeast
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire / Housecore Records

The music world was shocked over the holidays when Rigor Mortis and Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia died after collapsing onstage during a performance in Texas. The musician was performing with Rigor Mortis, which is fronted by singer Bruce Corbitt (picured right, above). The vocalist, who is returning to rock with Warbeast on tour this month, says both his band and the trek's headliners Down intend on dedicating the entire run to Scaccia's memory.

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GWAR Singer Dave ‘Oderus Urungus’ Brockie Pays Tribute to Late Ministry Guitarist Mike Scaccia

Oderus Urungus / Mike Scaccia
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire / Facebook: Rigor Mortis

The metal community lost an essential piece of its foundation in the early morning of Dec. 23 with the death of Ministry / Rigor Mortis / Revolting Cocks guitarist Mike Scaccia. While demonstrating his shredding abilities with Rigor Mortis to celebrate the 50th birthday of vocalist Bruce Corbitt, Scaccia collapsed onstage from a heart attack, later being pronounced dead at a Dallas hospital. Perhaps needing some time to collect his thoughts, GWAR singer Dave 'Oderus Urungus' Brockie has just written a long tribute to his fallen friend.

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Ministry / Rigor Mortis Guitarist Mike Scaccia: Cause of Death Revealed + Memorial Show Planned

Mike Scaccia
Facebook: Rigor Mortis

Following the tragic news over the weekend that Mike Scaccia, guitarist for both Ministry and Rigor Mortis, died after collapsing onstage during a Fort Worth, Texas, gig by the latter band, an official cause of death has been revealed.

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Late Ministry Guitarist Mike Scaccia Remembered by Frontman Al Jourgensen

Mike Scaccia Al Jourgensen
Facebook: Ministry

As we reported earlier today, Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia collapsed onstage last night (Dec. 22) while playing with his other band Rigor Mortis and passed away at the age of 47 shortly thereafter. In honor of his fallen bandmate, Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen has posted a eulogy on the band's Facebook page.

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Ministry + Rigor Mortis Guitarist Mike Scaccia Dies at 47 After Onstage Collapse

Mike Scaccia
Facebook: Rigor Mortis

Ministry and Rigor Mortis guitarist Mike Scaccia has died at the age of 47 after collapsing onstage at a performance in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday night (Dec. 22). The musician had been performing with thrash metal veterans Rigor Mortis at the Rail Club when he suddenly fell to the ground after suffering a heart attack. Classic Rock magazine reports that one of the band's members returned to the address the crowd, stating only, "It doesn't look good." Scaccia was rushed to the hospital, but passed away soon after.

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Ministry Release Statement Following the Collapse of Al Jourgensen Onstage in Paris

Ministry
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Earlier today it was reported that Al Jourgensen and Ministry were forced to cancel a show mid-set in Paris after Jourgensen was rushed to the hospital via ambulance.

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Ministry’s Al Jourgensen Hospitalized After Shortened Show in Paris

Ministry
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Ministry were scheduled to perform last night at Bataclan in Paris, France, but ended up interrupting their show mid-set, then subsequently cancelling it, due to frontman Al Jourgensen being hospitalized.

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Ministry Unleash New Video for ‘Ghouldiggers’

Al Jourgensen
13th Planet

Industrial metal legends Ministry have just released their second music video from the band's latest album, 'Relapse.' After the unveiling of the '99 Percenters' video, frontman Al Jourgensen goes back into the realm of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' for Ministry's video for 'Ghouldiggers.'

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Ministry Unveil Pro-’Occupy’ Movement Video for ’99 Percenters’

Al Jourgensen
YouTube: revolver

Ministry have just released the official video for the single '99 Percenters.' Written as a modern day protest for the pro-Occupy movement, '99 Percenters' is the first single released from the upcoming album 'Relapse.'

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