Navarro Ministry TV

(PR) On an all new maniaTV.com episode of Dave Navarro's Spread TV, Dave and Todd spend time with Al Jourgensen and Tommy Victor of the heavy metal band, Ministry to talk drug addiction, music, movie scores, and politics. Ministry found mainstream success in 1992 with its most successful album "Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs" and by touring as part of the Lollapalooza festival. The band just recently retired after 27 years of producing and performing hard hitting heavy metal.

Subsequent to the show's opening introduction between Dave, Todd, Tommy, and Al, the show moves its focus exclusively to Dave and Jourgensen for an eye-brow raising discussion about their well known history of overcoming heroin addiction. Both musicians discuss the trial and tribulations of being six years clean, and talk about what it's like to see themselves high years later while watching Jourgensen's upcoming documentary, "Fixed".

Following their candid conversation about the highs and lows of heroin addiction, the two legendary musicians move on to chat lightly about Ministry's decision to retire, Jourgensen's new score for the upcoming horror movie "Wicked Lake". Tommy Victor, former guitarist for Ministry, also gives viewers an exclusive update about his band, Prong, an American groove metal/industrial metal band Tommy founded in 1986.

This new episode of Spread TV can be seen now on maniatv.com

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