Ministry announce UK dates with The 69 Eyes and 3TEETH

By March 23, 2022 Manchester, News

Today, industrial metal legend Al Jourgensen is pleased to announce Ministry’s long awaited Moral Hygiene European Tour 2022, throughout which the band will present their new album Moral Hygiene, released last year via Nuclear Blast. On the run of dates, which includes headlining Damnation FestivalMinistry will be accompanied by two special guests – Finnish goth rockers The 69 Eyes and American industrial metallers 3Teeth.

Tickets will go on-sale on this Friday 25th March @ 10am GMT via the below links.

28.10.   DE   Dortmund – FZW
29.10.   BE   Limburg – Sinners Day Festival (Ministry only)
30.10.   NL   Tilburg – 013
31.10.   DE   Frankfurt – Batschkapp
02.11.   UK   London – o2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
03.11.   UK   Glasgow – SWG3 TV Studio
04.11.   IRE   Dublin – National Stadium
05.11.   UK   Manchester – Damnation Festival (Ministry only)
07.11.   FR    Paris – Elysée Montmartre
08.11.   FR    Rennes – Antipode
09.11.   ES    Bilbao – Santana 27
11.11.   ES    Madrid – But
12.11.   ES    Murcia – Gamma
13.11.   ES    Barcelona – Razzmatazz
14.11.   FR    Lyon – Transbordeur
16.11.   CH    Zürich – Komplex
17.11.   DE    München – Muffathalle
18.11.   IT     Milan – Fabrique
19.11.   SLO  Ljubljana – Kino Šiška
21.11.   HU    Budapest – Barba Negra
22.11.   CZ    Prague – Forum Karlin
23.11.   PL    Warsaw – Progresja
24.11.   DE    Berlin – Huxleys
26.11.   DE    Hamburg – Gruenspan
27.11.   DK    Roskilde – Gimle
28.11.   NO    Oslo – Rockefeller
29.11.   SE    Stockholm – Fållan
01.12.   FIN   Helsinki – Black Box

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The 10 tracks are a follow-up to 2018’s lauded AmeriKKKant and put forth Jourgensen’s societal manifesto and plea for civilization to get back to a set of standards that lives up to and embraces our humanity. Previous singles have included ‘Alert Level‘ (sounding the alarm on the state society is in), ‘Good Trouble‘ (a rallying cry to fight for human rights in homage to Civil Rights leader John Lewis), ‘Disinformation‘ (the dangers of consuming mass media without critical thinking) and Search And Destroy (the unique take on The Stooges classic), the latter of which features guitar virtuoso Billy Morrison (Billy Idol/Royal Machines) who is also heavily featured on a number of songs on the album.