Ministry’s Sin Quirin breaks down AmeriKKKant with Rock Titan TV’s Scotty J

Since MINISTRY’s inception, there may be no album that’s possessed the hype of AmeriKKKant. Just when you thought they might be done, as Al Jourgensen has wanted to hang up the mic many times since the passing of Mike Scaccia, the industrial metal behemoth delivers some of their best material to date.

With ‘From Beer to Eternity’ being over 4 years old, ‘AmeriKKKant’ brings a whole new level of energy and passion to the masses with some powerful messages. There is no doubt that President Trump has evoked some serious emotions from millions worldwide. Jourgensen has made his emotions toward the commander and chief most well known. The newly released music video ‘Twilight Zone’ artistically depicts imagery that’s impossible to misinterpret.

But, it’s not just politics that’s shot a blast of adrenaline into Ministry. There’s a variety of social issues that have also inspired the bands first release with Nuclear Blast Records. In an exclusive interview between guitarist Sin Quirin and Rock Titan TV’s Scott J, Sin goes into great detail about the significance of AmeriKKant and what’s on the horizon. The new LP drops March 9, 2018. Be sure to check out the newest music video ‘Twilight’ featured in this post as well as the interview with Sin and Scotty J below.

The AmeriKKKant track listing is below; you can pre-order your physical or digital copy today via Nuclear Blast or

AmeriKKKant track listing:
1. I Know Words
2. Twilight Zone
3. Victims of a Clown
4. TV5/4Chan
5. We’re Tired of It
6. Wargasm
7. Antifa
8. Game Over
9. AmeriKKKa

To support the release of AmeriKKKant, Ministry will headline a five-week North American tour that kicks off March 22 with the enigmatic Chelsea Wolfe supporting. Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 15 at 10:00AM (local); for all ticket purchasing info, go to Confirmed tour dates are as follows:

MARCH 2018
22 House of Blues, Anaheim, CA
23 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA
24 Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV
26 Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA
28 Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR
29 Vogue Theatre, Vancouver, BC CANADA
31 Union Hall, Edmonton, AB CANADA

1 Palace Theatre, Calgary, AB CANADA
3 Wilma Theatre, Missoula, MT
5 Boubon Theatre, Lincoln, NE
7 Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL
8 Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI
10 Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH
11 20 Monroe Live, Grand Rapids, MI
12 Egyptian Room, Indianapolis, IN
14 Opera House, Toronto, ON CANADA
15 MTelus, Montreal, QC CANADA
17 Royale, Boston, MA
18 Aura, Portland, ME
19 Paramount Theatre, Huntington, NY
21 Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ
22 Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY
23 Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD
25 Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
26 Hard Rock Live, Orlando, FL
28 Levitation Festival, Austin, TX

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