The next song from the 2-22-90 Merriville, IN concert is now on the sound page. This one's a live version of the Pailhead track No Bunny.
Ministry's new album, Animositisomina was released in the US today.
There's a brief new interview with Al at VH1.com. Al talks about the meaning of a few of the songs off the new album and a little bit about his recent marriage.
And PissArmy.com will now take you directly to the Piss Army site.
Per the Piss Army site, the first few US dates are:
3/16 - Reno
3/18 - Seattle - North Gate
3/19 - Portland - Roseland
3/21 - San Francisco - Fillmore
3/22 - Los Angeles - Palladium
3/23 - Anaheim - HOB
3/28 - Tucson
3/29 - Phoenix
3/30 - Las Vegas
More to come soon...
And according to Broken Violence, Pink Anvil is due for a summer release from Ipecac Records.
A new interview with Al and Paul has been put up at the Addicted To Sound site. They discuss the new album and tour. Looks like it may be Mudvayne and the Flaming Lips opening and March 7th is the tentative first US concert date. Give it a look here
Chat With Al
The first online chat with Al happened today. It began at 4pm Eastern and lasted about 2 hours. It was quite crowded, but Al was in a great mood. Hopefully there will be a transcipt available soon.
The fourth song from the Merriville, Indiana show (2-22-90) is now up on the sound page. It's the Pailhead track Man Should Surrender.
I'm very pleased to announce that I will now be taking over the News section. More news to come soon. In the Meantime, if you notice anything newsworthy, please drop me an email here.