Skinny Puppy has extended what it’s billing as its “final tour,” adding 12 more North American concerts this fall as the group continues to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
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Skinny Puppy will mark its 40th anniversary this year with what the group is calling its final tour, a North American trek that will be supported by Lead Into Gold.
Ministry has released a new live album on Bandcamp — with a vinyl edition following in September — that, while not advertised as such, is taken from the same 1990 concert that spawned the six-song In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up live album and companion home video release.
German industrialists KMFDM and Skinny Puppy offshoot ohGr will follow up their appearance at the Cold Waves festival in Chicago with a U.S. tour that’ll keep them on the road through October playing two dozen shows from coast to coast.
For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we queue up the Jan. 7, 1990, edition of “120 Minutes” for this near 4-minute “120 X-Ray” segment on Ministry. Intro’d by Dave Kendall, the “X-Ray” features bandleader Al Jourgensen about two months after the release of The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste.
Skinny Puppy next month will release the live album ‘Bootlegged, Broke and In Solvent Seas,’ recorded on the band’s 2010 European tour — and you can get a first taste via this live version of ‘Dogshit,’ the infamous lead-off track to 1988’s ‘VIVIsectVI’ that was renamed ‘Censor’ when it was released as a single.
Electro-industrial icons Skinny Puppy this weekend announced the release this fall of the long-delayed ‘Handover,’ the group’s 11th studio album and first in more than four years.