90s Ministry Filth Pig Industrial Metal Band t-shirt Extra Large

$299.99 USD

Chest 25.5 in.

Length 30 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Nice Man

This awesome double sided t-shirt is for the band Ministry, and it celebrates the release of their sixth studio album, Filth Pig. When Ministry first came on the scene in the early 80s, they were primarily a synth-pop group, and they became known for several singles released through Wax Trax! Records, particularly the gothic anthem "(Every Day Is) Halloween". Beginning in the late 80s, the group began to experiment more with their sound, and they later evolved into one of the early pioneers of the industrial metal genre. Throughout the band's tenure, they've featured a variety of lineups with artists such as Jello Biafra, Nivek Ogre, Chris Connelly, Tony Campos, and Joey Jordison. Meanwhile the band's only consistent member has remained frontman, Al Jourgensen.

This shirt features the same image that was used for the album cover of Filth Pig, which depicts a young man with raw meat on his head, holding an American flag and wearing a button that reads, "don't blame me". The album's crude title was supposedly taken from a quote aimed at Jourgensen. It was said to be inspired by a comment from Teddy Taylor, a Member of Parliament who called Jourgensen a "filthy pig" for his onstage theatrics. While the album wasn't as commercially successful as its predecessor, Psalm 69, it did breach the top 20 of the Billboard 200.

Fits like a modern unisex adult over-sized Extra Large