Ministry

Stygian Play Free Shows for Philidelphia Flyers Fans
Hockey and metal go together like skulls and crossbones. Over the past few years, several major artists have made their fandom known by slamming the boards for their favorite teams. In 2008, Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen wrote an official Chicago Blackhawks theme song, Darkest Hour recorded the fa…
The High Confessions Sign to Relapse
Four musicians from some of the most influential metal, hard and indie rock circles have joined forces to form the High Confessions. Planting their roots in Chicago, the band consists of Chris Connelly (Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Killing Joke), Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth), Sanford Parker (Minsk, Nac…
Judas Priest, AC/DC Win Big at 2010 Grammys
The 2010 Grammys have come and gone, with Taylor Swift and Beyoncé walking away the night's biggest winners, but friend of Noisecreep Rob Halford and British metallers Judas Priest finally took home the bronze statuette for Best Metal Performance, edging out fellow nominees Slayer, Megadeth, Ministr…
Taintstick Pick Their Favorite Metal Songs and Albums
Taintstick, featuring satellite radio personality Jason Ellis and Good Charlotte's Benji Madden on bass, just released 'Six Pounds of Sound,' their comedic metal album. In honor of the release, the band members selected their favorite metal songs and album of all time...
Al Jourgensen Leaves Behind Road for Pure Studio Satisfaction

Now that he's no longer touring (with the exception of a few one-off shows), Al Jourgensen is able to spend most of his time writing and recording at his home studio complex in El Paso, Texas. At least that's the way it usually is. For much of the summer he was stuck in the 13th Planet compound prep…

Load More Articles