Ministry last tour

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  1. OmegaDead

    OmegaDead Well-Known Member

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    Anyone going to the show at the Molson ampitheatre (or whatever it's called now) in May. My friend scored us tickets where we get to meet the band and get autographed posters & cd's.
     
  2. rizuan76

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    Oh..even tho i'm faraway across the pond, i won't be missing this gig.

    Ministry hasn't been da same since the departure of Paul barker, Chris connelly, Bill rieflin & etc.

    Hope uncle Al calls it a day after this.
     
  3. Blunticon

    Blunticon The Oddjob

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    Man thats crazy. Ive been listening to them a long time, never seen them live.
     
  4. Omnibus Prime

    Omnibus Prime I'm too old for this shit TFW2005 Supporter

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    This is it...supposedly. Al has said 'The Last Sucker' will be the last Ministry album and this is the farewell tour.

    I saw 'em a couple of times in what you could now call 'way back' in the early '90s, and only just saw them again a couple a years ago on the Ministry/RevCo double bill. I kinda tuned out post-Psalm 69, but Houses of the Molé and Rio Grande Blood brought me back in for...reasons you can probably guess. They're playing Austin on this tour on Tuesday, April 15. Not the best day of the week to go to a show, but I'll probably go say 'bye.
     
  5. Dream

    Dream SEND THE BOOKS!

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    Well, technically, there's another album coming out, with the cover songs.
    Plus, they had hinted that with every 13th Planet album, they would release a companion remix cd.
    And, I had thought the C U LaTouR was over!
    lol.

    The Last Sucker was awesome, but not as hip as Rio Grande Blood.
    Though, I still prefer the synth pop Ministry to the current metal version.
     
  6. KA

    KA PENIS GOES WHERE?!!

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    i got into ministry in the early 90s and was like NOOOOOIIIIZZZEEEEE *headbangz*
     
  7. pscoop

    pscoop Dead inside

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    Shows what I know, I thought their last tour was years ago. :eek: 
     
  8. Omnius

    Omnius Well-Known Member

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    Saw them back in 1999. They rarely play in the UK so it couldn't be missed.
     

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