9/29/2017 Colombia Theater – Berlin, DE [tickets]
9/30/2017 Reithalle – Dresden, DE [tickets]
10/02/2017 Wizeman – Stuttgart, DE [tickets]
10/03/2017 Orpheum – Graz, AT [tickets]
10/04/2017 Le Gueulard – Nilvange, FR [tickets]
10/05/2017 Essigfabrik – Cologne, DE [tickets]
10/06/2017 Hardrock Fest – Avelgem, BE [tickets]
10/07/2017 Soulcrusher – Nijmegen, NL [tickets]
10/08/2017 MS Connection – Mannheim, DE
10/09/2017 Le Grillen – Colmar, FR [tickets]
10/11/2017 Santana 27 – Bilboa, ES [tickets]
10/13/2017 BAT – Madrid, ES [tickets]
10/14/2017 Razzmatazz 2 – Barcelona, ES [tickets]
10/15/2017 Jas Rod – Marseille, FR [tickets]
10/17/2017 Orion Live Club – Rome, IT [tickets]
10/18/2017 Stuk – Maribor, SL
10/19/2017 Randall – Bratislava, SK [tickets]
10/20/2017 Mega Club – Katowice, PL [tickets]
10/21/2017 Progesja – Warschau, PL [tickets]
10/22/2017 Melna Piektdiena – Riga, LT [tickets]
10/23/2017 Tapper – Tallinn, EE [tickets]
10/24/2017 Nosturi – Helsinki, FI [tickets]
Purgatorium Americæ Septentrionalis- Pars Duorum w/ Immolation, Black Anvil:
11/04/2017 Elements – Kitchener, ON
11/05/2017 St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI
11/06/2017 Skully’s Music Diner – Columbus, OH
11/07/2017 The Majestic – Madison, WI
11/09/2017 The Forge – Joliet, IL
News from friend of the show, Sin Quirin and Ministry. Click player below for the interview with Sin.
Groundbreaking industrial-metal pioneers, MINISTRY, have signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band recently wrapped up recording their new album AmeriKKKant , which is tentatively scheduled for release the first quarter of 2018. More details to be announced shortly.
“This album, AmeriKKKant,” stated mastermind Al Jourgensen. “Will provide FEMA type relief for the devastation ‘Hurricane Cheeto’ has brought upon us.”
For decades, the powerhouse of psychotic sound that is MINISTRY has overcome millions with releases such as Filth Pig, The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste, Psalm 69, From Beer To Eternity, and a flood of others. Since the 80s, founder Al Jourgensen, has been combining elements of synth pop, punk, metal and even dub in a way that is instantly recognizable and has influenced many other bands.
With timeless classics such as “Just One Fix,” “Thieves,” and “Jesus Built My Hotrod,” MINISTRY are one of a kind musical pioneers.
With six Grammy nominations to date, over 3 million records sold, more than 2,000 live performances, and movie soundtrack work on Hurt Locker, Artificial Intelligence, Matrix, Robo Cop and SAW, MINISTRY has been contributing to the music industry for over three decades.
10/13/17 Worcester, MA The Palladium
10/14/17 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
10/16/17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
10/17/17 New York, NY Terminal 5
10/19/17 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
10/20/17 Cleveland, OH The Agora Theatre
10/21/17 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
10/23/17 Detroit, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre
10/24/17 Columbus, OH Express Live
10/26/17 Minneapolis, MN Skyway Theatre
10/27/17 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater
10/29/17 Denver, CO The Fillmore Auditorium
10/30/17 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
11/1/17 Seattle, WA Showbox Sodo
11/2/17 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
11/4/17 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
11/5/17 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
11/7/17 Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren
11/8/17 Albuquerque, NM The Historic El Rey Theater
11/10/17 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall
11/11/17 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live!
Hailing from Anchorage, Alaska, 36 Crazyfists are back with their second album of new material in two years. Lanterns, their second album on Spinefarm Records, continues vocalist Brock Lindow’s trend of deeply personal lyrics. The previous album, 2015’s Time and Trauma, dealt with the loss of his mother, and now Lanterns chronicles his recent divorce after 13 years.
Lead off track Death Eater grabs you by the ears and demands your attention. “It’s probably the heaviest and most metal track. Lyrically, it’s about how it feels being on the top of the mountain without a care in the world and having everything crumble. You don’t suspect your life can turn upside down in a blink. When that does happen, who is there to support you and help you get back up? I found out exactly who my friends are. They’re the exact same people I’ve known since fourth grade. They’re real dear to me and helped me through the last couple of years.”
Tracks like Better to Burn feature the anthemic choruses you’ve come to expect from 36CF, while Where Revenge Ends show a more vulnerable side to Brock’s vocals. In their 23rd year, 36 Crazyfists show no signs of slowing down or easing up anytime soon. And with albums like Lanterns, why should they?