FIREBALL MINISTRY Involved In Van Accident

FIREBALL MINISTRY were involved in an accident when their van collided with a deer last week. Fortunately, no one in the band suffered injuries in the early-morning incident, except for the deer, which, unfortunately, did not survive the crash. The group's van sustained two thousand dollars' worth of damage, forcing the band to borrow multiple cars to get to shows. The Los Angeles rockers are in the midst of a fall tour with DIO and ANTHRAX, which launched a few days ago.

FIREBALL MINISTRY are touring in support of their latest album, "The Second Great Awakening", available now on Nuclear Blast Records. "The Second Great Awakening" was produced by Nick Raskulinecz (FOO FIGHTERS, MARILYN MANSON, VELVET REVOLVER, DANZIG) and features exclusive album artwork created by cult comic artist Dan Brebreton of "Nocturnals" fame.


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