2007-07-16 : Final MINISTRY studio album to be released in September

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Out on September 21st via the band’s very own imprint 13th Planet Records is Ministry’s "The Last Sucker" CD. To be the band’s final studio release, the first limited edition of "The Last Sucker" will be made available in a very special hologram cover showing George W. Bush turning into a reptile when moving the hologram. The anti-Bush feelings do not stop there as throughout the complete album you’ll be able to find snippets of Bush sound bites and samples. Al Jourgensen: "My engineer and I were hunched over a computer for nights on end listening to this f***ing idiot until our minds were numb. I mean, I’m absolutely stupider for listening to his drivel for such concentrated periods of time, but I viewed including these sound bites as a necessary evil." "The Last Sucker" was produced and recorded this past Spring by Jourgensen at his 13th Planet compound just outside of El Paso, TX, and sees the return of "Rio Grande Blood" musicians Thomas Victor (Prong) on guitars, Paul Raven (Killing Joke/Prong) on bass, with newcomer guitarist Sin Quirin from The Revolting Cocks‘ 2006 touring line-up. Jourgensen and his engineer John ‚Bixby‘ Bilberry handled all the drum programming. In addition, Burton C. Bell from Fear Factory makes a special vocal appearance on "Die in a crash", as well as the album’s final two songs, "End of Days" parts One and Two.

Quelle: www.side-line.com

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