Remember the Story by Fireball Ministry on Apple Music

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EDITORS’ NOTES

On their first album since 2010's self-titled LP, Hollywood hard rockers Fireball Ministry take us on a supercharged riff ride into the heart of the sun. The cool melodic stomp of “End of Our Truth” gives way to the twin guitar harmonies and lead cowbell of “Back on Earth," which eventually sets the stage for the doomy, Sabbath-esque overtones of “Dying to Win” and interstellar instrumental “Stop Talking.” The album closes with a jangly, stripped-down cover of Motörhead’s “I Don’t Believe a Word.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their first album since 2010's self-titled LP, Hollywood hard rockers Fireball Ministry take us on a supercharged riff ride into the heart of the sun. The cool melodic stomp of “End of Our Truth” gives way to the twin guitar harmonies and lead cowbell of “Back on Earth," which eventually sets the stage for the doomy, Sabbath-esque overtones of “Dying to Win” and interstellar instrumental “Stop Talking.” The album closes with a jangly, stripped-down cover of Motörhead’s “I Don’t Believe a Word.”

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About Fireball Ministry

The members of hard rock/stoner metal outfit Fireball Ministry christened themselves with religious titles (bishop, reverend, and sister, etc.) in keeping with their band name, and issued their debut album, Ou Est La Rock?, in 1999 on Bong Load Records. A deal with Nuclear Blast surfaced in 2002, and The Second Great Awakening, which was produced by Grammy Award-winning Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, System of a Down), marked Fireball Ministry's second album in 2003. 2005's Their Rock Is Not Our Rock featured the single "The Broken," which appeared in the 2006 WWE video game SmackDown vs. Raw. 2010 saw the release of the band's eponymous fourth studio long-player, and in 2017, after a lengthy hiatus, they returned with the full-length Remember the Story, which was released on Cleopatra. ~ Steve Huey

  • FORMED
    1999

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