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Discussion in 'Old School Metal Discussion' started by SoulVomitor, Feb 21, 2003.

  1. SoulVomitor

    SoulVomitor Tormentor

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    Anyone heard anything about this newest Ministry release? I think it came out on 2/18.
     
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    union9 He Who Can Not Be Named

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    No.

    BUt I'm keen to hear it.

    Don't you just hate when you post a thread like this, hoping to get some info. You get a reply posted to your e-mail, and it's a lame ass response like this. :lol:

    Sometimes, It really pisses me off. :lol:
     
  3. SoulVomitor

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    Oh well, I went to their website and listened to the whole album using Quicktime. Too bad the quality was shit, but I thought a couple songs were OK.
     
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    I purchased the disc and really enjoy it, it reminds me of a combination of Psalm 69 and Filth Pig, Al does some actual singing on some songs and does a very good job, much improved from The Dark Side of the Spoon.
     
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    The album is really good and better than the previous 2. However, ministry now lack the variety of sounds on albums like psalm 69... which is ashame. It is like they are less industrial now than back then. Still, it has interesting sounds but does sound kinda sameish throughout. Songwriting is good though. :headbang:
     
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    I've only heard the title song, but I think I will pick it up anyways cause I really dig Ministry
     

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