Tour Dates — July 18, 2017 at 6:00 am

Ministry touring U.S. with Death Grips, promises to play 3 songs off ‘Psalm 69’

Ministry will support the release this fall of its 14th studio album AmeriKKKant by co-headlining a U.S. tour with electro-industrial hip-hop duo Death Grips, a trek that will open Oct. 13 in Worcester, Mass., and keep the two groups on the road through Nov. 11 in Dallas, Texas.

The new Ministry album  is available for pre-order now via PledgeMusic in a variety of bundles that top out at $10,000 — a price that’ll get you a digital download of the new album and one of your own songs remixed and given “that Ministry sound” by Al Jourgensen himself.

Jourgensen and Co., who’ve famously eschewed most of their pre-2000 catalog when playing live, will offer up tracks off at least one of their albums from the last century. In a post on Facebook last week marking the 25th anniversary of the release of Psalm 69, the band said, “We’ll be playing 3 songs off this record at our upcoming shows.” But just what oldies Ministry trots out remains to be seen.

See the full tour dates below.


Ministry and Death Grips tour dates:

Oct. 13: The Palladium, Worcester, MA
Oct. 14: Electric Factory , Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 16: Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY
Oct. 17: Terminal 5, New York, NY
Oct. 19: The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD
Oct. 20: Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH
Oct. 21: Stage AE – Indoor, Pittsburgh, PA
Oct. 23: Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI
Oct. 24: Express Live! Indoor Pavilion, Columbus, OH
Oct. 26: Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
Oct. 27: Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO
Oct. 29: Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO
Oct. 30: The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT
Nov. 1: Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA
Nov. 2: Roseland Theater.  Portland, OR
Nov. 4: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 5: Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
Nov. 7: The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ
Nov. 8: El Rey Theatre, Albuquerque, NM
Nov. 10: White Oak Music Hall – Outside, Houston, TX
Nov. 11: Gas Monkey Live!, Dallas, TX





  1. Human Cobras

    everything after “The Mind is…” is awful. Death Grips is also awful.

    • Charlie Oakman

      Your a dumb human cobra who doesn’t know shit from SHINOLA !

      The 2-4th albums are legendary, ground-breaking, and important

  2. Christopher Goudos

    Last year in Cleveland the set list included NWO, Just One Fix, Scarecrow, Missing, Deity, Thieves, and some other stuff

  3. If they play some songs from With Sympathy, I am so there.

  4. Ttam Troll

    How about some Land of Rape and Honey songs? That’s what this Ministry fan wants!

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