MINISTRY's new album "Rio Grande Blood" is featured on AOL's "First Listen" series where you can stream the entire album from May 1 to May 8. Check it out at this location.Due on May 2 via 13th Planet Records/Megaforce in the U.S./Canada and 13th Planet Records/Soulfood Music Distrib GbmH in Europe, "Rio Grande Blood" was produced by MINISTRY mainman Al Jourgensen at 13th Planet Studios in El Paso, TX, mixed at The Saltmine in Mesa, AZ, and mastered at DNA Mastering in Studio City, CA. The album features guitarist Victor, Raven and drummer Mark Baker, with guest appearances by Jello Biafra (ex-DEAD KENNEDYS) and Sgt. Major. MINISTRY's MasterBaTour 2006 will kick off with 60 dates scheduled throughout the U.S. and Canada beginning on May 6. Support on the trek will come from Al's other band, REVOLTING COCKS and the San Antonio, Texas-based PITBULL DAYCARE.
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