Tag: Ministry

Review: “Shame” by Jumpman

We first caught a glimpse of what Jumpman, an experimental hardcore duo of Eliot Foster on Lead vocals and guitar Tom Cole on guitar who like to blend hardcore punk, tech-metal and 8-bit chiptune synths, when they played a show in support of Faces of Eve at Reading Facebar last August. We called them a

Throwback: “Stingwray” from Static-X!

Lets start with what we know. 2020 will see the partially new, partially old album of songs from Static-X entitled “Project Regeneration” appear for all those who participated in the crowd funding campaign as well as those who didn’t. Produced by Ulrich Wild, who has been at the boards for the majority of the bands

The 12 Days of Christmas #3: “Power Of The Damager” by Prong!

The festivity of the twelve days of Christmas runs from 25th December to 5th January, based on an English Christmas Carol that sees a lover give gifts cumulatively over the Christmas season starting with Christmas Day. Originally published in 1780, it’s probably French in origin, Skull Island has been conquered many times in it’s rich

Interview: Static-X, First Concert Ever?

In case you missed the news, Static-X have set the date of 29th May for the release of “Project Regeneration”, a new album Produced by Ulrich Wild featuring the lost and last vocal recordings of the dearly departed Wayne Static. The album promises a guest appearance from Ministry legend Al Jorgensen and will perhaps see

Live Review: Static-X w/Dope, Soil & Wednesday 13 @ Camden Electric Ballroom

The 20th Anniversary World tour for Wisconsin Death Trip in tribute to Wayne Static rolls into London tonight with Static-X surrounded by controversy that hasn’t stopped fans from buying tickets and selling out venues globally. A new album entitled “Project Regeneration” has been crowd funded with original producer Ulrich Wild at the helm that will

Live Review: Faces of Eve w/Values & Weaponry @ Facebar Reading

We’ve promoted this show, the last of the¬†Weaponry August run and the middle one of trio of co-headlining shows for Faces of Eve and Values about as much as we could have in advance of tonight. The Facebar in Reading is where it’s at and it should need no introductions so without further ado and

Documentary: Static-X on Gear Masters!

Filmed at The Forge in Joliet Illinois on 20th July, the latest episode of Gear Masters sees Static-X bassist Tony Campos, who has also had stints in Soulfly, Fear Factory and Ministry, giving a full rig run down of his gear for the “Wisconsin Death Trip” 20th Anniversary Tour! That will be upon our shores

Review: “Alien” by Northlane

Produced by the band themselves and recorded at Chris Blancato’s Studio in Sydney, with the exception of Marcus Bridge’s vocals which were recorded at Sydney’s Electric Sun Studios, “Alien” is the fifth studio album from Australian Titans Northlane. Having surprise released their previous effort “Mesmer”, this time out their label UNFD have taken the usual

Review: “Wisconsin Death Trip” by Static-X (20th Anniversary)

Since the sad passing on Wayne Static in 2014 and subsequently his wife Tera Wray, there has been a lot of talk about the legacy of Static-X and with the remaining members of the band reunited with original producer Ulrich Wild and some lost vocal takes a new album entitled “Project Regeneration” is on the

Review: “Felons And Revolutionaries” by Dope (20th Anniversary)

Selling 240,000 copies in the US since it was pushed like a envelope loaded with cash across the table to music fans back in 1999 by Epic Records, “Felons And Revolutionaries” by Dope is the full debut album that crossed Nu-Metal with the Industrial Metal sounds of Ministry. Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the album