MUSIC NEWS: MINISTRY TO RELEASE LIVE DOUBLE CD/DVD, "LAST TANGLE IN PARIS"

Ministry, the legendary, six-time Grammy-nominated, explosive and highly unpredictable band that brought industrial dance-metal music to the mainstream, will release "Last Tangle in Paris," a CD/DVD package that documents the band's 2012 "DeFiBriLaTour," featuring live performances, in-studio, rehearsal and backstage footage, and one-on-one interviews.  

"Last Tangle in Paris," an artistic collaboration between UDR Music and 13th Planet Records, Inc., is set for a July 8 North American release and will be available in 2-CD and DVD digipak, BluRay and 2-CD Amaray, 2 X vinyl Gatefold 160 gram configurations, digital audio and video, and as a simple CD package.  Pre-orders can be placed at Amazon.

"Last Tangle In Paris" was filmed on July 28, 2012 at Paris' La Cigale, and features Jourgensen (lead vocal, guitar), Michael Scaccia and Sin Qurin (guitars), John Bechdel (keyboards and samplers), Aaron Rossi (drums), and Casey Orr (bass).  Content includes Ministry classics such as "Psalm 69," "N.W.O.," and "Just One Fix" (full track listing is below).  As a special bonus, the digipak version comprises a Ministry tour retrospective double audio album with live performances dating back to 2006.  The package was executive produced by Angelina Lukacin Jourgensen and directed by Zach Passero; all artwork was created by Sam "Mister-Sam" Shearon.

The full track listing for "Last Tangle In Paris" is as follows:

DVD/BluRay and Audio CD Track Listing:
Ghouldiggers
No "W"
Senor Peligro
LiesLiesLies
99%ers
Life Is Good
Relapse
The Last Sucker
Psalm 69
New World Order
Just One Fix
Thieves

CD1/Retrospective Track Listing:
Ghouldiggers
No "W"
Senor Peligro
Rio Grande Blood
99%ers
Life Is Good
Relapse
The Last Sucker

CD/Retrospective Track Listing:
Psalm 69
New World Order
Just One Fix
Thieves
Khyber Pass
Fear is Big Business
Let's Go
Watch Yourself
So What


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