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Surgical Meth Machine | Al Jourgensen About The Music Industry Then And Now

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 for SURGICAL METH MACHINE, with the fifth one being posted online today.  Check out the new clip where Al shares his thoughts on the music industry now and how it was back in the day 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.  The fourth clip where AL discusses the drumming on the new album, working on music without his Ministry comrades and more can be seen 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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