MINISTRY mastermind Al Jourgensen has gotten married, according to Alex Zander, editor-in-chief of MK Ultra magazine. "I was out shopping at my favorite clothing store in Chicago, and the store owner showed me the photos," says Zander. Al was allegedly wearing a white tuxedo with his trademark cowboy hat over his dyed bright red hair, and the beautiful bride wore white. The newly-crowned Mrs. Jourgensen reportedly works in the music business.

MINISTRY are in the studio recording Animositisomina, widely reported to be the group's "fastest and heaviest" offering since 1992's Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs. An early 2003 release through Sanctuary Records is expected.


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