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Album Review

Fireball Ministry, who call themselves "the First Church of Rock and Roll," lay down the heaviness of FMEP to prove it. Though fans kneel at the alter of this groove metal, the band sure doesn't hide influences that came before it like Black Sabbath and Alice Cooper. In fact, Fireball Ministry spends a lot of time with covers that pay homage to forebears like Alice Cooper ("Muscle of Love"), Blue Cheer ("Fortunes"), Danzig ("Cough/Cool"), and Aerosmith ("Movin' Out"). But Fireball Ministry has its own sound with fuzzy riffs, bendy guitar solos, and smooth, slightly distorted vocals that place it alongside stoner rock bands like the Queens of the Stone Age and Fu Manchu. Its best original on the record, "Maidens of Venus," with its slow, singing, laid-back vocals, is as catchy as Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun."


Formed: 1999

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The members of hard rock trio Fireball Ministry -- Emily J. Burton, James A. Rota, and Helen Storer -- christened themselves with religious titles (bishop, reverend, and sister, respectively) in keeping with their band name, and issued their debut album, Ou Est La Rock?, in 1999 on Bong Load Records. By 2001, Storer left the band and John Oreshneck (drums) and Janis Tanaka (bass) joined the group just in time for the recording of FMEP. A deal with Nuclear Blast surfaced by 2002. The Second Great...
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