Ministry's 14th record, and first on Nuclear Blast, should be a no-brainer, a furious screed against Donald Trump and the alt-right set to the industrial metal sound that Ministry perfected decades ago. Frontman Al Jourgensen has trod this territory many times before, sampling George H.W. Bush's voice into "N.W.O." back in 1992, and dialling things up on 2006's Rio Grande Blood, which featured another George Bush claiming to be a "brutal dictator."
On Amerikkkant, it's possible that Jourgensen let his anger get in the way of his musicianship.
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