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About Ministry
Genres:
Industrial
Band Members:
Al Jourgensen guitars, vox; , John Bechdel, keyboards; , Sin Quirin, guitars; , Tony Campos, bass; , Cesar Soto,guitars; , Derek Abrams, drums; ,
Hometown:
Chicago, IL

Ministry’s Al Joursengen, the acclaimed pioneer of industrial music, doesn’t muck around, doesn't sugar-coat, doesn't pull punches. He’s highly opinionated, excepti...
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Fan Live Reviews
Shakila
Toronto, Canada@
Danforth Music Hall
April 18th 2019
This show was killer!! Wax Trax! era Ministry - amazing! Great that Al and company were joined by Chris Connelly on stage. The band gave a super powerful performance. Al was in great form and still as entertaining as ever! Was only there for the live performances, regret that I didn't catch the documentary beforehand. Looking forward to watching it after that stellar show. Cold Cave were great too. Really good set and it's always cool to see bands open for the greats that influenced their style to begin with. All in all, a wickedly cool night!
December 22nd 2018
Great Show Like Always! Uncle Al still gots it! Loved the guest appearances from Dave Navarro and Singer From RevCo
December 20th 2018
Ministry was on Point. Covered the gambit of the music the band has produced for years. The sound was incredible and the band was tight. Love how this band stays true to their form regardless of the push from the industry. Brilliant.
December 19th 2018
Once you get past the extreme left wing politics, and listen to the marginally decent new shit, he plays a solid 2nd half of the show with a good selection of awesome tunes from the late 80's and 90's. Definitely worth going!
December 16th 2018
Phenomenal show from on of the most unique bands out there. Al Jourgensen is a survivor in an unforgiving and cynical music industry. Not only has he done it his way for the last 30 years, he has continued to be innovative and relevant without being stereotypically cliche. The setlist was great for any true Ministry fan who has consistently followed the band for the past decades. Highlights included three songs in recognition of 30 years since the release of The Land Of Rape and Honey: the title track, Deity and The Missing. All sounded like they did when I saw Ministry the first time in 1990. However, Al saved the best for last as So What (my personal favorite) closed things out. Ministry proved once again why they are still a force to be reckoned with live. Can’t wait to see what Al will do next!
December 15th 2018
It was assumed sound was really good and loud people in the crowd were moshing and I was too
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About Ministry
Genres:
Industrial
Band Members:
Al Jourgensen guitars, vox; , John Bechdel, keyboards; , Sin Quirin, guitars; , Tony Campos, bass; , Cesar Soto,guitars; , Derek Abrams, drums; ,
Hometown:
Chicago, IL

Ministry’s Al Joursengen, the acclaimed pioneer of industrial music, doesn’t muck around, doesn't sugar-coat, doesn't pull punches. He’s highly opinionated, excepti...
Read More