An audio interview with Tommy Victor (MINISTRY, PRONG) conducted on June 16, 2008 in Paris, France by Radio Metal is available for streaming at this location (press on the green play button near the top of the page to launch audio).
The U.S. leg of MINISTRY's final world tour C U LaTouR kicked off March 25 in Spokane, Washington and concluded on May 11 in Chicago, Illinois. The trek featured special guests MESHUGGAH and opening act HEMLOCK.
Al Jourgensen enlisted the help of some of metal's finest for MINISTRY AND CO-CONSPIRATORS' "Cover Up". Released on April 1, the album features covers of some of rock music's absolute classics from the likes of DEEP PURPLE, T.REX, ZZ TOP, THE DOORS, MOUNTAIN, BOB DYLAN, THE ROLLING STONES, and more. Joining Al for the ride is MINISTRY and REVOLTING COCKS guitarist Sin Quirin, FEAR FACTORY frontman Burton C. Bell, REVOLTING COCKS' Josh Bradford, PRONG vocalist Thomas Victor, and the Hell Paso Mosh Choir. Additional Co-Conspirators include the late Paul Raven, Tony Campos and Wayne Static of STATIC-X, and ECHOES AND SHADOWS' Edu Mussi and Plastilina Mosh.
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