MINISTRY: 'Fix: The Ministry Movie' Coming In 2010

Gigantic Pictures has announced plans to release "Fix: The Ministry Movie", described as "one of the most shocking, disturbing, and exposing looks into the world of six-time Grammy-nominated band MINISTRY in its most influential, controversial, and drug-induced years."

According to a press release, "Fix: The Ministry Movie" "shoves your ass way, way backstage with MINISTRY, featuring appearances by Trent Reznor (NINE INCH NAILS), Jonathan Davis (KORN), Dave Navarro (JANE'S ADDICTION), Maynard James Keenan (TOOL) and many more."

To get you warmed up for things to come, VampireFreaks.com is giving its members a free MP3 of a brand new song by Paul Barker (ex-MINISTRY, REVOLTING COCKS, and LARD bassist/composer). Just visit VampireFreaks.com and register to get the MP3.

For more information, visit www.fixtheministrymovie.com.

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