Ministry: Moral Hygiene album review

Ministry: Moral Hygiene album review

Ministry: Moral Hygiene album review

Somewhere in the last couple of decades, Al Jourgensen decided that the pulverising machine-metal he pioneered with 1992’s Psalm 69 was it, the Ministry sound, for ever and ever. For better or worse, he’s stuck to it, and Moral Hygiene labours under this parochial safety net. 

See, for example, pummelling opener Alert Level, funk-inflected lead single Good Trouble, or the seething, creepy-crawling cover of Stooges’ classic Search And Destroy. Chunky, repetitive stun-gun guitars, sore-throat howls, throbbing digital backbeats, check, check, check.



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