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Ministry

Ministry

Mar 24th 2018 @ Brooklyn Bowl

Las Vegas, NV
I Was There
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; , DJ Swamp, turntables, ,
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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Amerikkkant Tour
Saturday, March 24th, 2018
7:00 PM
Brooklyn Bowl
3545 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89109
272 RSVPs
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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; , DJ Swamp, turntables, ,
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
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 13th 2018
I like most people waited patiently thru the new songs to get to the old songs. Uncle AL sounded great to me. This is my 6th time seeing ministry since 1990 and I enjoyed it!
December 7th 2018
Great. Ministry played all their hits and more. Cool video feed behind band. Extra act played second set. Met Alien Weaponry and got CD autographed.
December 6th 2018
Everyone was amazing, especially the legendary Ministry. So great to see them for the first time!! Big shout out to Carpenter Brut and Alien Weaponry too! Great show!
December 4th 2018
Good show. Al still has it. Half the songs were from the new album, a bit more than I'd like.
December 4th 2018
Alien weaponry was sick, never heard them before but easily my favorite out of the setlist. Carpenter brut had very weird visuals that made it hard to actually jam with the music. And ministrys mosh pit kicked my ass so i guess thats good? Except i ended up throwing up while he was singing "its a nightmare, its a nightmare". Thats just me, so alien weaponry great, carpenter brut kinda shitty but they picked up at the end of their set, and ministry was trippy as hell and i couldnt stick around for it. 3/5
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