Official MINISTRY Ring Now Available From SEVENTH CIRCLE ARTWORKS

Official MINISTRY Ring Now Available From SEVENTH CIRCLE ARTWORKS

London, U.K.-based custom jewelry company Seventh Circle Artworks has teamed up with the godfathers of industrial metal MINISTRY to bring you the official MINISTRY ring and pendant. Both the ring and pendant feature the iconic "anarchy' M logo, and are avaialble to pre-order, priced at £155 and £90, respectively.

Seventh Circle Artworks is very proud to announce their latest collaboration piece, following recent releases with CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, THE SKULL and WEEDEATER.

Alex Palmer from Seventh Circle Artworks comments: "As a longtime fan of MINISTRY from when I first got into 'heavy' music back in the early '90s, this release is hugely exciting for me on a personal level as much as anything else. To be able to add such a genuinely legendary band to the ever-growing Seventh Circle Artworks list of collaborations is a major achievement."

The official MINISTRY ring is due for release on July 17.

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