MINISTRY: The Industrial Strength Tour
with Special Guests : Front Line Assembly, Helmet
Friday, Oct 15 2021
SHOW AT 7PM | DOORS AT 5:30PM
Ministry - originally scheduled for July 16th, 2020 & postponed to April 15th, 2021 - now rescheduled to October 15th, 2021Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. (Friday, March 19, 2021) - Due to circumstances outside of our control, we regret to inform you that Ministry - originally scheduled for July 16th, 2020 and postponed to April 15th, 2021 - has been rescheduled to October 15th, 2021. No exchanges are required - all tickets from 7/16/20 or 4/16/21 will be valid for 10/15/21. Any questions or concerns, you can call the venue at (631) 673-7300 or visit paramountny.com. In honor of the 30th anniversary of Ministry’s revolutionary album “The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste,” band creator Al Jourgensen decided to go old school with the celebrations, announcing The Industrial Strength Tour to kick off this summer alongside very special guests KMFDM and Front Line Assembly. “'The Mind Is A Terrible Thing....
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Front Line Assembly
Front Line Assembly began in 1986, releasing several albums between 1988-92 that saw the group acknowledged as electronic/industrial/EBM scene heavyweights alongside Front 242, Nitzer Ebb and Skinny Puppy (Founder Bill Leeb had been a member of Skinny Puppy prior to forming FLA). The 1989 album, ‘Gashed Senses & Crossfire’ (1989), was promoted with major tours that saw Rhys Fulber joining the band. Fulber and Leeb became a creative tour de force, creating the genre-defining classics ‘Caustic Grip’ and ’Tactical Neural Implant’ in 1990 and 1992. Front Line Assembly has always pushed the boundaries of the genre it helped define. ‘Millennium’ and ‘Hard Wired’, saw the group flirt with industrial metal sounds in tandem with trademark electronics. 2013’s ‘Echogenetic’, incorporated elements of glitch and dubstep, creating a potent hybrid of their most successful pure electronic releases and blurred the boundary between electronic industrial and what is generally perceived as modern electronica…..
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Helmet was formed in New York City in 1989 by founding members Page Hamilton, Henry Bogdan, Peter Mengede, and John Stanier. The group soon after signed to Ampthetamine Reptile Records and released their first full length Strap It On in 1991. Interscope Records soon came calling and signed the band in 1992. Their label debut Meantime went on to sell over a million copies and earned a Grammy nomination. The band has released eight albums over the last 30 years and has gone through different personnel before settling on the current lineup of Page Hamilton, Dan Beeman, Dave Case, and Kyle Stevenson – which has proven to be the most consistent and longest running iteration of the band. The band has also contributed music to a number of films including Johnny Mnemonic, The Crow, Feeling Minnesota, The Jerky Boys, Gun Crazy and Judgement Night (a collaboration with hip hop group….