FIREBALL MINISTRY: Self-Titled Album To Be Made Available On Vinyl

November 30, 2010

Hard rock foursome FIREBALL MINISTRY will release the 180-gram white vinyl pressing of its March 2010 self-titled album, "Fireball Ministry" on December 22, 2010 via Restricted Release.

Known by fans and critics alike as an uncompromising, unpretentious and entirely authentic hard rock force, FIREBALL MINISTRY's Rev. James A. Rota II (guitar, vocals),Emily J. Burton (guitar),John Oreshnick (drums) and Johny Chow (bass) re-teamed with renowned producer/engineer Andrew Alekel (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, FOO FIGHTERS) for the self-titled LP.

“We are very excited to have a release on vinyl — it's the way nature intended music to be heard," says Rev. James A. Rota II.

Recorded at Grandmaster in Hollywood, with additional vocals tracked at Dave Grohl's 606 Studio, FIREBALL MINISTRY's ten-track, collector's edition LP has a limited run of 1,000 copies and is the band's second release without a traditional label.

The "Fireball Ministry" vinyl pressing is currently available for pre-order at and includes the full album digital download and bonus video for "Butcher, Faker, Policy Maker".

"Fireball Ministry" track listing:

01. Hard Lines
02. Fallen Believers
03. Thought It Out
04. Followed By a Fall
05. Kick Back
06. Butcher, Faker, Policy Maker
07. End of Story
08. Common Enemy
09. Sleeping With Angels
10. In Their Own Right

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