Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen talked with radio host Full Metal Jackie over the weekend. The veteran rocker talked about the upcoming Ministry album 'Relapse,' politics, his Buck Satan project and more. If you missed Jackie's show, check out her Q&A with Jourgensen below:
We recently posted part of our exclusive interview with Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen, in which he claimed that the upcoming Ministry album is one of the "top 50 records of all time by any band." Luckily, that was only one of Jourgensen's golden moments during the interview. The Ministry mastermind also shared his thoughts on the current state of the Republican Party.
Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen is one of the most charismatic and fascinating characters in the world of metal. Well known for making bold statements, Jourgensen told us during an exclusive interview that the upcoming Ministry disc 'Relapse' is one of the 50 best albums ever by any music act.
With X Japan and their song ‘Jade’ earning five victories and entering the Cage Match Hall of Fame, we are starting fresh with a new battle featuring two iconic bands facing off against each other. Thrash-metal legends Anthrax and industrial pioneers Ministry go head to head with their brand-new singles.
In December of last year, legendary Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen announced the impending release of his psycho-country side project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters. Now, the entire cowboy-core experiment 'Bikers Welcome, Ladies Drink Free,' is available for streaming online in advance of its Jan. 17 release date.
Al Jourgensen and the rest of Ministry are the next in a long line of musicians to share their support for the nationwide "Occupy" movement. Ministry's upcoming 2012 album, 'Relapse,' will be spearheaded by the modern-day protest song, '99 Percenters.'
Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen is set to kick off 2012 with the debut album for his new project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters. Jourgensen and his new group will be releasing their first psycho-country/metal album entitled, 'Bikers Welcome! Ladies Drink Free.'
Ministry's Al Jourgensen is one of the most respected musicians in the world of industrial metal. His creative breakthroughs are as infamous as his personal struggles with drug use, both of which are showcased in the new documentary, 'Fix: The Ministry Movie.'
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