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Al Jourgensen
Tribute to the man behind such constellations as Ministry, the Revolting Cocks and 1000 Homo DJs.
Just One Fix
News, information, links, multimedia, current releases, lyrics, and discography.
Fan site with pictures, videography, and biography.
Official site includes news, tour dates, biography and discography, audio and video clips, pictures, and 'Piss Army,' a fan club.
Devoted to the biggest industrial rock group and their fans. Site has news, tour dates, and information on side projects by band members. Ministry
Includes a biography, discography, photos, articles, links and message board.
Stéphane Burlot Photographie: Ministry
Photos from two Paris shows, 1999 and 2002. Ministry
Extensive biography and a discography.
VH1: Ministry
Includes album reviews, music news, audio downloads, biography, discography, links, and a bulletin board.
Stuff Magazine: Interview with Al Jourgensen
Interview about personal stuff, drugs and his 18-year-old daughter. (September, 2003)
Paul Barker
An extensive interview done after a show in Strasbourg in 2003. (June 17, 2003)
UnRated Magazine: Ministry Raw as Ever
Review of a concert in Chicago performed on April 22, 2003. (April 22, 2003)
Denver Westword: Hometown Boy Makes Bad
Interview with Al Jourgensen by Michael Roberts, describing the evolution of the band from the very beginning. (April 3, 2003)
VH1: A Little Less Aggravation
C. Bottomley interviews Al Jourgensen for, talking about the creation process of 'Animositisomina', drugs and his marriage. (February 13, 2003)
Interview with Paul Barker
Another lengthy Paul Barker interview with some live pictures. (February, 2003)
NYRock Interview with Paul Barker
Gabriella interviews Paul Barker about the album 'Dark Side of the Spoon.' (1999)
GuitarWorld: Pork Chops
Gus Perez interviews Al Jourgensen about the album 'Filth Pig' and his interest in country music. (March, 1996)
Tweak: Phone Tag - Ministry's Paul Barker
David Holthouse interviews Paul Barker about 'Filth Pig', 'Psalm 69' and politics. (1996)
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