Ministry And DevilDriver Launching UK Tour (Top Story)
Last year, mainman Al Jourgensen said he planned only a few more tours with Ministry and that they wouldn't release a new album because recording without guitarist and close friend Mike Scaccia - who died in 2012 - didn't feel right.
He said: "I decided it's not the same. It would be like Zeppelin playing without Bonham or the Who playing without Moon." On the UK tour, DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara says: "Ministry and DevilDriver on the same bill, that's a f***ing concert worth showing up to. Al is a close and dear friend and Ministry is an iconic band for me and helped form my youth.
"I look forward to sharing the stage with one of the most legendary frontmen of all time. Thanks for having us aboard Al, let's give 'em hell." See the dates - here.
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