Ministry’s “The Industrial Strength” summer tour featuring KMFDM and Frontline Assembly has been postponed. The good news is dates have already been rebooked.
The tour, which celebrates the 30th anniversary of Ministry’s The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste, now kicks off March 31st in Seattle and will wrap up May 1st in San Francisco. The new dates include the same cities and venues that were planned for this summer and also adds a date in Salt Lake City, Utah (ticket sale date to be announced). Both KMFDM and Frontline Assembly will remain on the bill.
Tickets for the tour, which was slated to start July 1st, will be honored for the rescheduled dates, exception the Dallas show, which fans will need to repurchase tickets since it was automatically refunded. Fans also have the option to get a full refund if they can’t make the rescheduled shows. Check out all the new dates below.
Recently, Ministry released their new single “Alert Level” from their upcoming album. The band originally planned to finish the album in time for an Election release, but now it is uncertain when the album will drop.