Surgical Meth Machine premiere video for I'm Invisible

Surgical Meth Machine

Surgical Meth Machine – the new brainchild of Ministry’s Al Jourgensen – are premiering their video for the track ‘I’m Invisible’ with TeamRock.

Says Al of the video: “Hello folks, thought y’all might like to see some home videos of my last Las Vegas vacation. Warning! Do not attempt to view this unless sufficiently high!”

The track is taken from the band’s self-titled debut album, which will be released on April 15 through Nuclear Blast.

“There’s a couple of real poppy things on there, which brings me full circle, because, literally, I don’t give a fuck anymore,” says Jourgensen of the album. “So I’m actually almost acknowledging that first horrible pop record I did in 1983. I’m crooning on some songs, I’ve got some pop songs on there, and then there’s just brutal assault for the rest of it. It’s a very dichotomous record, but it’s me, and I’m acknowledging everything that’s been me through, like, the last 35 years. Let’s just throw my balls on the table and hope somebody doesn’t have a meat cleaver running.”

Watch the video and comment below.

Pre-order Surgical Meth Machine’s album here.

You can read all about Al Jourgensen’s guide to drugs in the new issue of Metal Hammer.