William Rieflin

Real Name:William Fredrick Rieflin

William 'Bill' Rieflin (born September 30th 1960 / died March 24th 2020) was an American musician / multi-instrumentalist, who was mostly known as a drummer.
He was recruited into Ministry following the 1985 demise of The Blackouts, a Seattle No Wave band whose final EP 'Lost Soul's Club' had been produced by Al Jourgensen. Rieflin and Jourgensen fell out during the sessions for 'Filth Pig', ending a decade of collaboration. As of September 2013, Rieflin was an active member of King Crimson — part of their three drummer frontline. Rieflin died of cancer in Seattle, Washington, USA on March 24th 2020. Bill was married to Francesca Sundsten, who died a year earlier (March 9th 2019).

Aliases:Wee Willie Reefer
In Groups:'S Nots, 1000 Homo DJs, Filthy Friends, Jakalope, King Crimson, KMFDM, Land, Lard, Ministry, Pailhead, Pigface, Revolting Cocks, Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3, Seattle Guitar Circle, Slow Music Project, Swans, Sweet 75, The Angels Of Light, The Bells, The Blackouts
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