For those of you who remember and appreciate the dawn of industrial rock, this album is a must have. As they always have, Ministry slams you with their blistering guitar licks, computer-assisted beats and Nihilistic imagery.
The big difference between now and then is the political stance they are taking on their new album. All you have to do is look at the imagery on the cover and listen to the lyrics to realize that they are not happy with the current political landscape in the USA, and to a lesser extent, the world. The two best examples are