Ministry's Al Jourgensen Arrested On Heroin Possession

What's happening with those first generation industrial bands? First Skinny

Puppy's Dwayne Goettell died of a heroin overdose last month, and now

Ministry's founder and spiritual leader, Al Jourgensen was arrested for

heroin possession on Tuesday, August 29 in Austin Texas, and is currently

out on $70,000 bail. Jourgensen, who lives in Texas is said to be en route to

Chicago after his release, where he is completing mixing for the upcoming

Ministry album Filth Pig due out on October 24. Filth pig indeed.