9 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Ministry's first album since splitting up in 2013, ringleader Al Jourgensen and his band of industrial warlords deliver a sample-heavy political screed lamenting the political landscape of 2018. Intro "I Know Words" rolls out a litany of memorable Trumpisms set to synth-generated strings, while "We're Tired of It" delivers industrialized thrash punctuated by furious record scratching. The pulsing "Wargasm" features ominous vocals from Fear Factory's Burton Bell, and "Game Over" boasts sinister slide guitar and a huge, rubbery bassline.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Ministry's first album since splitting up in 2013, ringleader Al Jourgensen and his band of industrial warlords deliver a sample-heavy political screed lamenting the political landscape of 2018. Intro "I Know Words" rolls out a litany of memorable Trumpisms set to synth-generated strings, while "We're Tired of It" delivers industrialized thrash punctuated by furious record scratching. The pulsing "Wargasm" features ominous vocals from Fear Factory's Burton Bell, and "Game Over" boasts sinister slide guitar and a huge, rubbery bassline.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
314 Ratings
314 Ratings
Axe 2 Grind ,

Lame

More leftist political garbage from the entertainment industry.

gfjgfugkuyguyguygu ,

Confused

I assume most of the reviewers here became fans recently as they seem to be clueless as to what Al has been about all along...ANTI-FASCISM! Now go listen to something else, you alt-right snowflakes. You're clearly incapable of reading between the lines. Skrewdriver seems more your style.

Win Noble ,

Beware of MAGA imbeciles and their low review scores

The first single is great. There is no way to argue that.

Reminder, the people that score this low also thought Trump wasn't a con man and was looking out for them. Let that sink in.

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