Review: Ministry – Amerikkkant

Damning with faint praise is not a critical move I enjoy, but here we go: Amerikkkant is Ministry’s best album in over a decade. Now, the ups and downs and breakups and resurrections of Al Jourgensen’s seminal Chicago-based industrial metal act can get a bit confusing, so let’s start with a brief rundown of what’s happened with the band in the current century. In 2003, Al and his longtime primary collaborator Paul Barker released Animositisomina, something of a comeback to the industrial metal style after the band had explored a less aggressive, more rock-oriented path in the latter part of … Continue reading Review: Ministry – Amerikkkant