Ministry To Record Los Angeles Shows For New Live Album, Al Jourgensen Talks New Album

During a recent interview with Full Metal Jackie, Al Jourgensen revealed that Ministry will be recording the Los Angeles, CA dates of their fall tour for a new live album. As the frontman previously mentioned, the band have also been working on a new album. He has now confirmed the news once again while adding that they have “just started doing [their] research and development” for the effort.

Jourgensen said the following about the new live album:

“This tour is going to be really cool. We started it in San Francisco. We go all around North America in four weeks when we come back and we end it with two nights at the Fonda theater in Los Angeles. We will be recording both of those for a live record on the last two shows here in our hometown. So show up and make noise.”

He added the following about the group’s new album:

“Well we just started doing our research and development for the new Ministry album, as yet untitled. We just got our studio up and running. The way I do a Ministry album is that the first month or so was all gathering samples, gathering loops, gathering interesting ideas then formulating it all into a cohesive manner later. Right now we are just in the hunters and gatherers stage. We have actually started that. I am pretty excited. We are going to do one more Ministry record and see where it goes from there.”

On another note, he also talked about a possible Revolting Cocks reunion:

“Also, I would like to do some stuff with an old friend of mine; we just kissed and made up — Chris Connelly from Revolting Cocks. I would like to also do some new RevCo stuff in the upcoming months whether it is just a song or an EP or maybe even an album. Either way, a lot of studio time after this tour. I am pretty much going to be out of life for about another year. I am going to lock myself up in the studio and have meals slid through a door, things like that. What crazy scientists do, whatever.”

[via Loudwire]

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