MINISTRY mainman Al Jourgensen‘s new project, SURGICAL METH MACHINE, has inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records for their self-titled debut album. The record, which was recorded primarily at Jourgensen‘s home studio in Burbank, California with his longtime engineer Sam D’Ambruoso, will be released on April 15 worldwide. Al has recorded a series of album trailers, with the fourth one being posted online today.
Check out the new clip where AL discusses the drumming on the new album, working on music without his Ministry comrades and more. Check out the video HERE.
The first album trailer where Al discusses signing to Nuclear Blast and the differences between SURGICAL METH MACHINE and Ministry can be seen HERE. The second installment, which sees AL describing the album artwork and band’s name can be viewed HERE. The third webisode covering AL work with long time collaborator Sam D’Ambrouso can be seen HERE.
Listen to the new song “Tragic Alert” HERE.
Al commented: “I hope you enjoy this soundtrack to the New World Order…you should, y’all helped create it!”
Pre-order Surgical Meth Machine via Nuclear Blast HERE.
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In an October 2015 interview with In The Loop magazine, Jourgensen stat
He continued: “I understand it’s not a real commercial project for us, it’s not gonna put bank in my wallet, but it was a lot of fun to do, in that sense – of just not having the constraints of the expectations of what you’ve done for twenty years. So this is… It’s kind of new stuff. It’s pretty cool. It sounds like kind of MINISTRY, but it’s a different level. It’s like I literally just put my foot on the gas pedal for this record.”
According to Jourgensen, the sound of SURGICAL METH MACHINE‘s debut release leans heavily on the aggressive side, but fans can also expect to hear a few surprises. “There’s a couple of real poppy things on there, which brings me full circle, because, literally, I don’t give a fuck anymore,” he said.“So I’m actually almost acknowledging that first horrible pop record I did in 1983. I’m crooning on some songs, I’ve got some pop songs on there, and then there’s just brutal assault for the rest of it. It’s a very dichotomous record, but it’s me, and I’m acknowledging everything that’s been me through, like, the last 35 years. Let’s just throw my balls on the table and hope somebody doesn’t have a meat cleaver running.”
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