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Al Jourgensen is calling it quits concurrently with longtime nemesis George W. Bush and The Last Sucker is a hell of a send off, with Ministry's trademark guitar-driven industrial mayhem.

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Al Jourgensen is calling it quits concurrently with longtime nemesis George W. Bush (although we're guessing Dubya hasn't exactly been wringing his hands over every Ministry release). From the early "Everyday Is Halloween" synth goofiness and the genre-defining Land of Rape and Honey to later missteps and his career-resurrecting antiwar trilogy, Jourgensen has been a singular presence in industrial music. Looking forward to whatever he opts to do next, regardless of the politics.