Mixed by Al Jourgensen and Sammy D'Ambruoso in late 2013.
"Thanx but No Thanx" makes use of William S. Burroughs's poem "A Thanksgiving Prayer", as read by Sgt. Major, who also appeared on Ministry's tenth studio album Rio Grande Blood (2006).
released November 22, 2015
Al Jourgensen – vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, drum programming, harmonica, production, mixing
Mike Scaccia – guitars, bass
Sin Quirin – guitars, bass
Tony Campos – bass
Sammy D'Ambruoso – DJ, drum programming, keyboards, programming, synthesizer programming, backing vocals, engineering, mixing
Patty Fox – backing vocals
Sgt. Major – spoken word ("Thanx but No Thanx", "Enjoy the Quiet")
Dave Donnelly – mastering
supported by 8 fans who also own “From Beer to Eternamix”
This album ambushed me... I stumbled on it randomly in YouTube and dropped everything to take it in. One of the tightest, most consistent works of moody industrial-tinged rock I've heard in ages. It hits these notes of *great* 90-ish alternative music (e.g. Failure, Stone Roses, etc.), coupled with an edge of muted but violent electronic noise coming from underneath the surface. Bravo! chaddubya