Ministry (when they were still good) with the outspoken and arguably insane Jello Biafra on vocals. It sounds exactly like you’d hope: Industrial Jello and Punky Ministry. Its repetitive beats, heavy guitars and satirical rants won’t appeal to everyone but fans of both artists mentioned will appreciate the aural assault. It descends into silly mediocrity at the end but there are enough punchy classics prior to that to warrant a purchase.
Songs of Note: Forkboy; Mate Spawn and Die
4 voyeur dentists out of 5