Didn’t think Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball was angry or pro-Occupy enough? We’ve got an Al Jourgensen for that. The industrial metal icon is back and angrier than ever—Relapse, the first Ministry album in five years, drops on March 26 and features more of the same politicized thrash metal style Jourgensen has been mining tirelessly since 2000′s Houses Of The Molé. If song titles like “Kleptocracy”, “Git Up Get Out ‘N Vote” and “99 Percenters” aren’t enough of a clue what he’s pissed off about this time around, check out the latter’s brand new music video below.

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