Ministry Tackle Toxic Misogyny on New Song “B.D.E.” (“Big Dick Energy”): Stream

Ministry have unleashed the latest song from their upcoming album, HOPIUMFORTHEMASSES. The new track, titled “B.D.E.” (aka “Big Dick Energy”), takes aim at toxic misogyny and violence against women.

“The incel subsect and general misogynistic tendencies in our society are dangerous yet seem to fly under the radar so we figured it’s time to shine a light on it,” stated Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen of the track. “In true Ministry fashion, we battle it with sarcasm.”

HOPIUMFORTHEMASSES, which arrives on March 1st, recently made our list of the 30 Most Anticipated Metal & Hard Rock Albums of 2024. The LP’s previous single, “Just Stop Oil,” came in at No. 7 on our list of the 30 Best Metal & Hard Rock Songs of 2023.


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The legendary industrial act will support the album with a North American tour featuring support from Gary Numan and Front Line Assembly. The outing kicks off February 27th in San Francisco and runs through an April 5th show in Tucson, Arizona, with tickets available here.

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Check out the lyric video for Ministry’s new song “B.D.E.” below, and see where a few of their classic LPs placed on our list of the 50 Best Industrial Albums of All Time.

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