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Things don’t get much bigger in the metal world than a new Ministry album, and with Moral Hygiene set to be unleashed on October 1 vocalist Al Jourgensen joined HEAVY for a chat about what to expect and 40 years in the industry!
TesseracT are set to drop P O R T A L S on August 27, with bass player Amos Williams giving us some of his time to bring us up to speed on that innovative release.
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Al Jourgensen doesn’t need much to ignite his inner fire when it comes to music. 
He has never been shy to waiver from his beliefs, and more importantly commit them to song, so with the current state of the world and the pandemic it would take a brave person to bet against the next Ministry album coming out breathing fire. 
2018’s AmeriKKKant detailed the passionate vocalists views on Donald Trump being elected to office, but rather than continue down that path now the offending party has been removed from office, Jourgensen has instead turned to the plight of the world at large and harnessed all of his inner angst and turmoil into ten songs that will make up Ministry’s 15th studio album Moral Hygiene. 
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After incubating for the larger part of 2020 – at a time when creative mastermind Al Jourgensen was able to ruminate on the new world we as a society have found ourselves in – the time has finally come for Ministry to unleash their much-anticipated 15th studio album.
 
Aptly titled Moral Hygiene, the album will be released via Nuclear Blast Records on October 1.
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When Al Jourgensen of Ministry got the gig to sing a jingle for a television commercial extolling the “pizzazz” of Shasta Soda, he was still using the fake English accent you hear on Ministry‘s debut record, With Sympathy. The record, which Jourgensen has never missed an opportunity to bash, wasContinue Reading