• Chemlab

    Chemlab

    Oxidizer (Invisible Records ). Review by Matthew Moyer.

  • Error

    Error

    Error (Epitaph). Review by Addam Donnelly.

  • KMFDM

    KMFDM

    WWIII Live 2003 (Sanctuary). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Ministry

    Ministry

    Houses of The Mole (Sanctuary). Review by Jorge C. Galban.

  • Ministry

    Ministry

    Spend an hour with Al Jourgensen and you’re guaranteed to get a lot of dirt. But probably not quality dirt, like Gail Worley digs up. Reissues, the parting of ways with Paul Barker, and the dreaded Curse of Seattle — get a fresh pack and pour the wine for this one.

  • Martin Atkins

    Martin Atkins leads the revolving mayhem of Pigface and Gail Worley finds out why the heaviest drummer in the land doesn’t play drums much anymore.

  • Martin Atkins

    Martin Atkins leads the revolving mayhem of Pigface and Gail Worley finds out why the heaviest drummer in the land doesn’t play drums much anymore.

  • KMFDM

    Sturm & Drang Tour 2002 (Metropolis). Review by Matthew Moyer.

  • Ministry (Part I)

    From the subtleties of covering Magazine songs to prompting riots in Pearl Harbor, the Men of Ministry are not afraid to discuss anything. First of a two-part interview with Gail Worley.

  • Ministry

    Animositisomina (Sanctuary). Review by Dan Stapleton.

  • Prong

    100% Live (Locomotive). Review by Stein Haukland.

  • Acumen Nation

    Coming Down: The Bastard Remix Album (Underground Inc.). Review by Stein Haukland.

  • The Top 19 Rock Quotes of 2002!

    Ink 19 kicks off our 2002 "Top 19" lists with 19 examples of rock star wisdom from the talented Gail Worley.

  • Acumen Nation

    The 5ifth Column (Underground Inc. / Cracknation). Review by Matthew Moyer.

  • Andrew W.K. and the Death of Irony

    Ink 19 is proud to host a roundtable discussion on the significance of Andrew W.K. Is he pop’s first "demi-ironist," or does he just plain "suck"? Christopher R. Weingarten, M. David Hornbuckle, and Ned Davis explore the possibilities in a spirited debate.

  • Foetus

    Flow (Thirsty Ear). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

  • Ministry

    Industrial godheads Ministry are in the midst of a resurgence with a Greatest Fits album and an appearance in the summer blockbuster, A.I. Kiran Aditham talks with Paul Barker about label politics, soundalike bands, and why Filth Pig is the band’s greatest triumph.

  • The Damage Manual

    You could call it an industrial supergroup: Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Jah Wobble, and Geordie Walker bring together decades of experience in bands like Pigface, Killing Joke, Public Image Limited, Ministry, the Revolting Cocks, and more, and start a new project, the Damage Manual. drew West gets the story straight from Atkins himself.

  • Bend

    Bend are making quite a name for themselves on the Atlanta scene, with high-profile gigs opening for the likes of Ministry and Powerman 5000. Andrea Thompson bends the ears of vocalist Scott Dodds and guitarist Jason Grover of the up and coming alt-rock quintet.

  • Ministry

    Dark Side of the Spoon (Warner Bros.). Review by Allie Gore

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