Articles tagged ministry

7 Aug 2015 // 1:05 AM

Ministry: Trax! Box

The nine hours of early Ministry and co-conspirators on the Trax! Box just doesn’t get old.

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The Survival of the Industrial Sonic in a Deindustrialized West

In the '90s, industrial music crossed over into the mainstream with heavy guitar and massive personalities, but blue collar labor itself was disappearing...

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The 10 Best Alternative Metal Singles of the 1990s

Antichrist superstars, astro-creeps, and broken machines all assemble for this look back at the ten best singles from alternative metal's golden era.

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19 Sep 2007 // 10:00 PM

Ministry: The Last Sucker

Uncle Al is taking his Ministry moniker and riding off into the sunset, but he's not going quietly.

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6 Jun 2006 // 11:00 PM

Ministry: Rio Grande Blood

Like cheap rot-gut, Al Jourgensen gets nastier with age. This is a no-holds-barred rant, both lyrically and musically, targeting the man they call Dubya.

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23 Feb 2006 // 11:00 PM

Ministry: Rantology

A.J.'s still pissed off, and that's a very good thing for Ministry, who went from techno/dance to industrial in a... well, snap.

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21 Apr 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Ministry: Side Trax

Pailhead, 1000 Homo DJs, PTP, and Acid Horse tracks all on one CD.

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4 Jan 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Ministry: Early Trax

It’s been 20 years now since Al Jourgensen first introduced “Every Day is Halloween”, his anthem of “snakes and lizards and other things that go

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27 Jul 2004 // 10:00 PM

	Ministry: Houses of the Molé

Few bands have a more compelling history than Ministry, who evolved over two decades from a bitchy, new wave synth-pop act into a burnt-out beast

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        Ministry: Greatest Fits

“From the project’s start in mid-2000, Greatest Fits has taken one year to execute. This makes it the quickest-ever Ministry LP!!!” —Warner Brother’s

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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