Ministry Asheville NC Tickets
Buy Ministry Asheville NC tickets for the upcoming 2019 tour coming your way and enjoy multiple performances by the band that first popularized industrial music. Since the '80s, when Ministry first started, founder Al Jourgensen has combined elements of metal punk rock, and pop to create albums that topped charts. Their latest tour in 2019 is in support of their critically acclaimed album, "AmeriKKKant." The band is expected to perform in the U.K as well as in mainland Europe, including Prague, Budapest, Paris, London, Birmingham and more. Often described as a "powerhouse of psychotic sound," the band has released multiple hit songs including "Filth Pig," "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste," "Psalm 69" and "From Beer to Eternity."
If you're looking for inspiration to catch the Ministry's music, their track record speaks for itself. The six-time Grammy-nominated band has sold over 30 million records so far and played 2,000 live performances. Their newest album is the first one in the last five years and no doubt has fans excited. According to frontman, Al Jorgenson, this album was inspired by the Trump era and contains political commentary on the current president. The album's track, "AmeriKKKa" features "a very distraught statue of liberty" and war footage.
A New Sound
Going by Ministry's previous albums, this one is no surprise. The fans have noticed that the sound of the band has changed immensely in this album. Reviewers say that the band has incorporated "cinematic strings, a diverse array of sounds, and turntablism" in their newest album. To find out if this musical experiment has worked, get Ministry Asheville NC tickets now before they sell out.
Critics and reviewers alike have lauded Al Jorgenson for his energetic performances and for producing "music that rages." The singer has a reputation for releasing passionate music whenever a republican holds office in America. In his newest album, "Twilight Zone" has been remarked to be "by far the best song the ministry has released in the last decade."
You can watch them play songs from their latest album and biggest hits when they make their way to Asheville. All you have to do is get your tickets now!