Al Jourgensen’s (Ministry) Surgical Meth Machine Premiere New Song “I Don’t Wanna” Feat. Jello Biafra

Al Jourgensen’s (Ministry) new project Surgical Meth Machine have premiered a new song titled “I Don’t Wanna,” via The Wall Street Journal. This song features guest vocals from Jello Biafra, and will be on the band’s new album, which will be released on April 15.

Al Jourgensen’s (Ministry) Surgical Meth Machine Premiere “I’m Invisible” Music Video

Al Jourgensen’s (Ministry) new project Surgical Meth Machine have premiered a new video for their new song “I’m Invisible.” This song is from the band’s new album, which will be released on April 15.

Al Jourgensen’s (Ministry) Surgical Meth Machine Reveal New Album Details

Al Jourgensen (Ministry) has revealed that his new project Surgical Meth Machine will release their debut album on April 15. Jourgensen recorded the effort at his home studio with engineer Sam D’Ambruoso.

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Track Listing:

01. “I’m Sensitive”
02. “Tragic Alert”
03. “I Want More”
04. “Rich People Problems”
05. “I Don’t Wanna”
06. “Smash And Grab”
07. “Unlistenable”
08. “Gates Of Steel”
09. “Spudnik”
10. “Just Go Home”
11. “Just Keep Going”
12. “I’m Invisible”

Al Jourgensen’s (Ministry) Surgical Meth Machine Signs With Nuclear Blast

Al Jourgensen (Ministry) has confirmed that his new project Surgical Meth Machine have signed a deal with Nuclear Blast. The band’s debut album, which was recorded at Jourgensen’s home studio with engineer Sam D’Ambruoso, should be out later this year.

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Ministry’s Al Jourgensen To Start New Project Surgical Meth Machine

In a new interview with Metal Hammer, Al Jourgenson talked about Ministry’s final tour and his future plans. During the interview he revealed that the band would probably do one more tour and then he would switch his focus to a new project with Sam D’Ambruoso called Surgical Meth Machine, which Jourgenson is describing as the “fastest music in history.”

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Here’s what Jourgenson said about the project:

“We decided to cut out the middle-men. Me and him [D’Ambruoso] are doing this music that’s just eyeball-popping. There’s nothing under 220pbm on there. It’s not for the faint of heart.”

“Mikey’s Middle Finger” is one of the last things Mike did before he died. Imagine a whole album of that – this is what we’re going for now. Straight mayhem. People are probably going to dismiss it as craziness – and that’s good. Craziness develops a future in music. You need the crazy.”