Ministry Launches New Effort To Get People To The Polls

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Ministry is doing its part to get people to the polls.

The band launched a new single called ‘Get Out And Vote 2020‘ Tuesday, along with a companion video. The video features a variety of images connected to this year’s general election, such as speeches made by Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Mike Pence, as well as footage from the first presidential debate.

The new, thrash style song plays over the noted footage as front man Al Jourgensen reminds listeners to get to the polls in this year’s election in order to save the soul of the nation.

In related news, Ministry recently launched a new effort to get people registered to vote. The campaign encouraged any fans who were not registered to do so and earn a chance to win free Ministry memorabilia. Fans who were already registered also had the chance to win the noted memorabilia by taking part in the efforts to save the nation’s live music venues.

In even more related news, Jourgensen has curated a playlist of songs titled “The Soundtrack To Your Election” on Spotify that is composed of politically charged songs from a variety of acts.  The playlist includes and is not limited to Fear Factory’s ‘Linchpin,’ John Lennon and The Plastic Ono Band’s ‘Power To The People’ and Johnny Cash’s ‘The One on the Right Is on the Left.’

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