Ministry man talks new project

MINISTRY main man Al Jourgensen’s new project, SURGICAL METH MACHINE, inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records for their debut album recently. The self-titled offering, which was recorded primarily at Jourgensen’s home studio in Burbank, California with his longtime engineer Sam D’Ambruoso, will be released on April 15th worldwide. In support of the forthcoming album, Al has recorded a series of album trailers, with the first one being posted online today. Watch as Al discusses signing to Nuclear Blast and how this project differs to Ministry:  

Listen to new track, ‘Tragic Alert’ here

Al commented: “I hope you enjoy this soundtrack to the New World Order…you should, y’all helped create it!”

Pre-order Surgical Meth Machine on Limited Edition Neon Pink Vinyl exclusively from the Nuclear Blast UK store:  http://bit.ly/SurgicalMethVinyl

The track list for ‘Surgical Meth Machine’ racks up as follows:

01. I’m Sensitive
02. Tragic Alert
03. I Want More
04. Rich People Problems
05. I Don’t Wanna
06. Smash And Grab
07. Unlistenable
08. Gates Of Steel
09. Spudnik
10. Just Go Home
11. Just Keep Going
12. I’m Invisible