Jourgensen then signed to Sire/Warner Bros. Records in 1985. Ministry's second album "Twitch" was produced by Adrian Sherwood. The music shifted to a heavy and menacing EBM/electro sound. The third album "The Land Of Rape And Honey" (1988) was a revolution, with the arrival of Paul Barker and other new members Ministry started to play a crossover between EBM, industrial and heavy metal. The formula was perfected with the following "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste" (1990), where the rock elements became more relevant. Ministry's masterpiece is considered "ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ" (1992), a very dark, powerful and violent album, where the band experiments a wide range of combining thrash metal with techno, industrial and noise. The following records "Filth Pig" (1996) and "Dark Side Of The Spoon" (1999) return to the band's roots slightly in terms of song arrangement and vocal styling. These albums did not sell well in comparison with their earlier material. The band released their first best of collection entitled "Greatest Fits" (2001) and were then dropped by Warner Bros. Records.
The band then moved to Sanctuary Records and released "Animositisomina" (2003). Paul Barker left the band in January 2004, leaving Al to put together a new line-up for "Houses Of The Molé". After 2004 Evil Doer Tour few members left and new ones came - besides Al Jourgensen & Mike Scaccia, other members included Prong members Tommy Victor on guitar and Paul Raven on bass. The band started to work on new album, which finally came out in May 2006 titled "Rio Grande Blood". It was soon followed with what originally was to be Ministry's final album, "The Last Sucker", released in 2007, and a collection of covers entitled "Cover Up" in 2008.
Despite Jourgensen's claim that the band was over, 2010 saw another collection, mixing covers and remixes, entitled .... Click here to read the full bio on DISCOGS.