Groundbreaking industrial powerhouse that paved the way for Nine Inch Nails revs up New Year’s Eve with hits such as “Jesus Built My Hotrod”
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Ministry New Year’s Eve
What Ministry preaches: the gospel of aggressive industrial metal, with hints of punk rock and dance
At the pulpit: frontman Al Jourgensen
Where you’ve seen his sermons: on MTV in the ’90s, where Ministry arguably introduced industrial to a mainstream audience; performing in the first-ever Lollapalooza; in a scene of Steven Spielberg’s A.I.
The band’s first massive hit: “Jesus Built My Hotrod,” the manic single from their breakthrough record, Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs
Other sonic scriptures you’ll hear live: “N.W.O.,” “Just One Fix,” and several tracks from their latest album, From Beer to Eternity
Get there early: for an extra dose of industrial rock from Chicago’s Fashion Bomb