Dec 2016 05

MINISTRY embraces synthpop past with new collection of rare early material
 
MINISTRY - Trax! RaritiesOne of the pioneering acts of industrial/metal, MINISTRY now officially embraces the synthpop leanings of the past with a new double album via Cleopatra Records. Scheduled for release on December 9, Trax! Rarities is a special limited edition LP collection of rare early tracks and alternate versions from the band’s WaxTrax! era, along with several unreleased tracks from several front man Al Jourgensen’s side projects. Almong these tracks will be a rare Revolting Cocks track titled “Drums Along the Carbide,” and the banned version of the “(Let’s Get) Physical” cover, as well as tracks from 1000 Homo DJs, Pailhead, and the PTP track “Show Me Your Spine,” a collaboration with Skinny Puppy’s Nivek Ogre, which was featured in the 1987 sci-fi classic Robocop. The album will be pressed on clear vinyl with a printed inner sleeve.
 

 

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Ilker Yücel (Ilker81x)

2 Comments

  1. Mod Eschar says:

    Ohhhh yeah. That’s the stuff.

  2. Evestus says:

    Release date tomorrow! Great news!

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