July 8, Ministry are releasing Last Tangle in Paris: Live 2012 in 2CD/Blu-ray, 2CD/DVD and a single-LP vinyl editions. live performances from the band’s 2012 DeFiBrilLaTouR reunion tour.
“Al Jourgensen has no intention to tour Ministry ever again,” riiiiiight… In fact, Jourgensen has already announced via his Facebook page that he intends to put Ministry back together to tour North and South America, Europe, Mexico, Australia and Japan, and each night perform last year’s From Beer to Eternity in its entirety.
He still vows, though, that in the wake of guitarist Mike Scaccia’s death in late 2012, there will be no more new Ministry music, regardless of any touring.
[pullquote]“Yup you heard right…will be touring the FBTE album….the set will be FBTE in it’s exact order…and a few oldies for an encore…and it just won’t be America and Europe this time….we’ll see ya down under as well as Mexico South America and Japan…so start rounding up every fucking Amish teen you can find and bring em to the shows…..I will exact my revenge on those bastards….I’m still puking from their toxic “wood milk ” shit…….yuk!…if there was ever a reason to tour this is it….oh btw…it’s a secret for now…but I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of the dude that’ll take Mikey’s place……ok that’s it….so let it be written …so let it be done…. P.S. still not a chance in hell there will be another Ministry album…..will be doing some side stuff though when I get my ass to LA…..Mikey’s last words to me were….FBTE could not be topped …so why bother MINISTRY RECORDINGS ARE DONE !!!! Carve that shit on a stone tablet!”[/pullquote]
Jourgensen stopped by El Paso’s KVIA-Channel 7 while in the process of moving to Los Angeles, for an interview, and then stuck around to do the weather, providing the LA forcast.
Check out his full interview (via Al Fkn Jourgensen)
Video: Al Jourgensen interview on El Paso’s KVIA-Channel 7