FIREBALL MINISTRY: 'The Broken' Video Available

Los Angeles rock warriors FIREBALL MINISTRY have posted their video for the song "The Broken" at

FIREBALL MINISTRY will headline the The Triple Threat Tour — also featuring ARTIMUS PYLEDRIVER and VAINS OF JENNA — beginning on October 13 in suburban Denver. Over six subsequent weeks, it will circle the country and showcase three groups who represent the new school of guitar-driven, classic-minded rock n' roll.

The tour is FIREBALL MINISTRY's first headlining tour in support of their acclaimed 2005 release, "Their Rock Is Not Our Rock". The band has already toured North America six times on the campaign with such marquee names as H.I.M., DISTURBED, OPETH, CKY and CLUTCH, in addition to performances alongside such legends as JUDAS PRIEST and ALICE COOPER. The band's hit single "Sundown", which has received regular airplay on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball", was recently performed live on NBC's "Last Call with Carson Daly".


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