Ministry Unintentionally Reunite

(Rock News Desk) Al Jourgensen admits he had no plans to restart Ministry three years after he killed the project but his country music bandmate persuaded him to change his mind. And the band he said he'd never return to following their 2008 farewell are set to release a new album, Relapse, before the end of the year.

The multi-instrumentalist was working with Rigor Mortis guitarist Mike Scaccia on their side-project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters, when they started jamming a handful of heavier songs.

"We just f**ked around to pass the time and we had, like, seven songs. I didn't want to do anything with them but Mike was like, 'Dude, these songs are awesome.'," Jourgensen tells Metal Hammer. "They weren't country they were more like Ministry. I wasn't really in the mood. I was just taking it as a joke. But Mikey was raving about it. more on this story

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