Over at Adrenalin Fanzine, they are giving away 3 copies of the Rantology CD. There are no strings attached, and all you have to do is simply enter the giveaway here. People who enter will not be added to a mailing list, unless they choose to do so.
Justin from deceptik emailed us today, pointing us over to the Opie and Anthony website, where they have an interview with Al for download, from when he was on their show today. Opie and Anthony are both radio personalities on XM Satellite Radio, in the U.S.. They usually hosts guests and interview them over the radio.
On their website, you can view pictures of Al in their studio, and you can also download the whole interview (MP3 format and is 41.20 minutes).
I finally managed to get a copy of the more-complete, pre-broadcast verion of the 4/10/86 Toronto show. Most of the additional songs on this version were pretty standard for the tour, but there was one nice surprise. Added to the setlist for this show, and presumably other shows early in the tour, was My Possession. As usual, I'm passing the goodness on to you. It's up for download on the sound page.
Ministry have released an initial list of tour dates for their MasterBaTour 2006 tour. The list of bands performing will be Ministry, Revolting Cocks and Spyderbaby.
The tour dates can be seen over on the Tour Page.
Over at Counting Down, you can view three Quicktime video clips of Ministry backstage and onstage. The video clips were shot during the Fornica Tour in 2004. The links for the video are at the very bottom of the page.
(thanks Revco - Discuss)
The long-rumored follow-up Jello Biafra/Melvins album, Seig Howdy, finally saw release yesterday. It did indeed, as rumored, contain a remix of the song Enchanted Thoughtfist, remixed by none other than Al Jourgensen. The Alternative Tentacles blurb on the album describes it as "so cold and almost new-wave-y that it works brilliantly. The tone of the track reaches waaay back into the Ministry back catalog, surprising even Al himself!" You can purchase it through their site here.
Next up for download on the sound page is a live version of Burning Inside from Hamburg in 1992. I apologize in advance for the guy yelling in German near the end of the track.
What makes this track special? Well, firstly Chris Connelly does vocals on the chorus. This tour marks the last time Chris did a full tour with Ministry, and the only time he participated on Burning Inside. This tour also marked the last time 2 of the former Blackouts played with Ministry. Bill Rieflin played drums on this tour, and then left the band in 95, before the Austrailian tour. Roland Barker, who had also played on the Twitch tour, played keyboards on this tour and left shortly afterward.