Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen always seems to have news to share, but in a fresh Facebook post from the industrial icon, Jourgensen revealed that he has divorced wife and longtime 13th Planet business partner, Angelina Lukacin. Despite this, Al claims that he remains happy and has a new project called Dubweiser in the mix.

Following a long rehab stint in the spring, Jourgensen announced in June that he would be moving from El Paso to Los Angeles after living in the Texas town for over a decade. Jourgensen told ABC-7 that he was heading west to focus on various creative projects, but the Ministry mastermind never hinted about a divorce from his wife of 12 years.

Jourgensen broke the news via his personal Facebook fan page:

 

Al's Dubweiser project is just one of many Jourgensen has teased recently, adding to potential plans of a Ministry world tour, a serial killer novel, a second autobiography, a documentary on his life and possibly a movie based on the musician's first autobiography, 'Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen,' which was co-written by Jon Wiederhorn.