The Killing Joke frontman unveils a new industrial track that speaks to current times.
The first single from a series of EPs to be released in the coming months.
The NYC noise trio’s latest release on Sacred Bones is out on September 11th.
The industrial rock act plans to release a new album, Murica, before year’s end.
The song appears on Inter Arma’s upcoming Garbers Days Revisited covers EP.
The two singles feature rappers Killvein and Push Push, with videos directed by Fred Durst.
The industrial rock act’s forthcoming album will be their first LP since 2001’s self-titled effort.
The rescheduled dates will still feature support from KMFDM and Front Line Assembly
The duo formerly played together in Red Host and will release their debut on May 29th.
Alles in Allem will be their first studio album in over a decade.
The band tweeted the news with a photo of Al Jourgensen wearing a gas mask.
No cause of death was reported, but the accomplished drummer was apparently battling cancer.