Sometime MINISTRY accomplice Burton C. Bell (FEAR FACTORY) guests as a nightmarish clown on the band’s just-released video for the track ‘Wargasm,’ which can be seen here:

Burton provided the track’s spoken word parts on the upcoming MINISTRY album AmeriKKKant, due out March 9 on Nuclear Blast Records, that you can order here:

Stream or download the new single ‘Wargasm’, here:

The ‘Wargasm‘ video incorporates non-stop military combat visuals that illustrate the song’s perspective, described best with the lyric, “Death, power and sex…These are the things that we do best…Which country wants it next…Not many left to molest…”

AmeriKKKant was written and produced by the band’s provocateur-in-chief Al Jourgensen…nine tracks linked as one continuous piece of music…topics rooted in Jourgensen‘s unadulterated rage for what’s happening in America today…the waning respect for the U.S. Constitution…growing acceptance of one’s opinions replacing facts…the sexual abuse and disrespect of women…and the toxicity generated by the man in the White House. In addition to Burton C Bell, the album also features performances by DJ Swamp (Beck), NWA’s Arabian Prince, and Lord of The Cello, plus Sin Quirin (guitar), Jason Christopher and Tony Campos (bass), Michael Rozen (engineer and drum programming), drummer Roy Mayorga, and Jourgensen on keyboards and guitar.

Jourgensen will channel P.T. Barnum when MINISTRY packs up the giant inflatable Trump chickens, Antifa flags, headcoverings and uniforms, along with the video screens that will project politically-imbued images to compliment the music, and head out on its North American tour that kicks off March 22. The full itinerary is below:

MINISTRY shows 2018
22.03.   USA       Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
23.03.   USA       Ventura, CA – Ventura Theatre
24.03.   USA       Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl
26.03.   USA       Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
28.03.   USA       Portland, OR – Roseland Theatre
29.03.   CDN       Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre
31.03.   CDN       Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
01.04.   CDN       Calgary, AB – Palace Theatre
03.04.   USA       Missoula, MT – Wilma Theatre
05.04.   USA       Lincoln, NE – Boubon Theatre
07.04.   USA       Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre,
08.04.   USA       Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom
10.04.   USA       Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
11.04.   USA       Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live
12.04.   USA       Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room
14.04.   CDN       Toronto, ON – Opera House
15.04.   CDN       Montreal, QC – MTelus
17.04.   USA       Boston, MA – Royale
18.04.   USA       Portland, ME – Aura
19.04.   USA       Huntington, NY – Paramount Theatre
21.04.   USA       Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theatre
22.04.   USA       Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
23.04.   USA       Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
25.04.   USA       Atlanta, GA – Center Stage
26.04.   USA       Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
28.04.   USA       Austin, TX – Levitation Festival

11. – 13.07.     E          Vivero – Resurrection Fest
14.07.  NL        Eindhoven – Dynamo Metalfest
15.07.              B          Dour – Dour Festival
08. – 11.08.     CZ        Jaromer – Brutal Assault
10. – 12.08.     B          Kortrijk – Alcatraz Metal Festival
11./12.08.       D         Hildesheim – M’era Luna
17. – 19.08.     F          St. Nolff – Motocultor Festival