With Animositisomina, veteran industrial metallurgist Ministry spits up its best album since 1992's feisty Psalm 69.

With Animositisomina, veteran industrial metallurgist Ministry spits up its best album since 1992's feisty Psalm 69. This is the throat-clutching Ministry that longtime fans have been waiting for: a grand mix of industrial rock and murder metal—hellfire programming, firestorm axes, and voice distortion that will have you clutching your rosary. From the relentless electro onslaught of opener "Animosity" to epic instrumental closer "Leper," there isn't a moment's peace. Dig the riffy, lurching "Piss," the storm-at-sea of "Lockbox," and the Orwellian noise of "Shove." Every track is like a stun gun with full-force muscular disruption.—AZ