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Film, "October Country": Days of the living dead

"October Country": Days of the living dead

The white, lower-class, upstate New York dead-end of Mohawk Valley is surely not the milieu metal frontman Al Jourgensen had in mind when he wrote the goth call-to-arms "Everyday Is Halloween." But Donal Mosher and Michael Palmieri's document of a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Jesus Built His Hotrod

Jesus Built His Hotrod

In the past 25 years, Al Jourgensen has been many men, including a foppish New Wave fancyboy, a twitchy fuzz-disco pioneer, a shit-kickin' cowboy punk, an industrial-metal monster, and a smacked-out basket case. With a just-completed trilogy of Bush-bashing thrash…
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The Bloody Pulpit

Al Jourgensen, it seems, really wants to be Buck Satan. The Ministry founder has left a lot of alter egos behind -- he's no longer Alien or Alain Jourgensen, although as his band's co-producer he's still Hypo Luxa -- but…
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