AL JOURGENSEN's Collaboration With RICK NIELSEN, TONY CAMPOS: First Audio Samples

Two songs from BUCK SATAN AND THE 666 SHOOTERS — the new project featuring MINISTRY mastermind Al Jourgensen alongside Rick Nielsen (CHEAP TRICK), Tony Campos (STATIC-X) and Michael Scaccia (MINISTRY, RIGOR MORTIS), as well as members of Houston's 2 STAR SYMPHONY — were premiered this past Friday, October 29 on the U.S. nationally syndicated radio program "The Mancow Show" and can now be streamed below.

"Medication Nation" audio stream:

"What's Wrong With Me" audio stream:

Dave Frey of Silent Partner Management (CHEAP TRICK, ACE FREHLEY, RAMONES) and MINISTRY/REVOLTING COCKS manager Angelina Jourgensen of Dos Locos Entertainment are spearheading Jourgensen's latest project.

Commented Al Jourgensen: "I've been planning to do this record for over 30 years. It's industrial country — Buck Owens meets Gram Parsons meets Keith Richards — and I am having a blast."


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