Ministry announced its first-ever livestream concert, set for November 20th. The band recently opened for Nine Inch Nails at a special one-off concert in Cleveland, and also performed at the Louder Than Life festival in Louisville. However, their planned European tour this fall had to be canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. Frontman Al Jourgensen said: “We never intended for Cleveland with NIN to be our last show this year. Due to circumstances beyond our control we had to cancel Europe but we didn’t want to end 2022 without one last show, and this will be one for the books.”
Ministry will perform a set of classics, as well as tunes from their latest album, 2021’s Moral Hygiene. A press release teases possible special guests joining the band, which is comprised of Jourgensen, drummer Roy Mayorga (Stone Sour), guitarists Cesar Soto (Man The Mute) and Monte Pittman (Madonna, Prong), bassist Paul D’Amour (Tool, Feersum Ennjin), and keyboardist John Bechdel (Killing Joke, Fear Factory).
The livestream will premiere on November 20th at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET, with tickets priced at $17.99 (available via streaming platform HITKOR). Fans can get an “All Access Pass” for an additional $2.00, which will include the concert plus behind-the-scenes content and an exclusive interview.
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