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Ministry, Melvins, Corrosion Of Conformity tour announced

Ministry and Melvins tour

Ministry have postponed their headlining fall tour, which was to take commence next week and also feature Helmet and Front Line Assembly.

The rescheduled trek will now take place in the spring and include support from Melvins and Corrosion Of Conformity. The current itinerary is as follows:

3/6 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
3/8 Huntington, NY @ The Paramount
3/9 Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
3/12 Montclair, NJ @ Wellmont Theater
3/15 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
3/16 Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo Riverworks
3/22 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
3/23 Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live
3/26 Dallas, TX @ Amplified Life
3/28 San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theater
3/29 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
3/31 Chicago, IL @ Riviera
4/1 Cleveland, OH @ The Agora
4/3 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Hall
4/5 St Paul, MN @ Palace Theatre
4/9 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
4/10 Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
4/12 Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
4/13 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
4/14 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
4/16 San Francisco, CA @ Warfield
4/18 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo

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anonymous 232 days ago

Would go for COC and then leave.


anonymous 232 days ago

Dudes who are just starting to realize that dedicating your life to being counter-culture still leaves you depressed and despaired just like normies are stoked.


anonymous 232 days ago

Ministry blows. COC and Melvins are cool though.


anonymous 232 days ago

Connect the goddamn dots


anonymous 232 days ago

Buzz Osborne is an uppity prick.


evil_hero 232 days ago

ministry seems quite tedious to sit through for me to maybe see the two songs i like


evil_hero 232 days ago

CoC is terrible tho


Portslob 232 days ago

Would go if Al didn't turn all woke. f*ck him and his communist supporters


anonymous 232 days ago

Lots of days off. Losers


anonymous 232 days ago

Ministry plays SO f*cking loud, I like them but I also like my hearing.


anonymous 232 days ago

Literally no one is stoked...


anonymous 232 days ago

No Austin date?


anonymous 232 days ago

Why the fxxx is CoC playing under the boring-ass Melvins? Opener SMH - HIU.


anonymous 232 days ago

will literally listen to other dudes pee on poo in the bathroom till the last half hour of ministrys set when they'll finally play something good


anonymous 232 days ago

Who's playing drums for coc, since Reed has passed?


anonymous 232 days ago

Remember when sinister bob quit coc and they asked buzz to sing?


anonymous 232 days ago

Of course you don't


anonymous 231 days ago

no Billings date. hard pass


anonymous 231 days ago

"Would go if Al didn't turn all woke. f*ck him and his communist supporters" So you've literally never listened to any of his lyrics or heard/read an interview with him since the inception of the band, huh?


anonymous 231 days ago

The show went from KMFDM and Front Line Assembly to this line up. What a disappointment


anonymous 231 days ago

^ That would have been great, but this is a big step up from the Helmet replacement.


anonymous 231 days ago

LOL @ KMFDM, FKA, Melvins, COC & Helmet 1991 is over & these bands weren't all that then.





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