The classic act returns with their 25th record (please check me on that), and once again does not fail to make an impression. It’s just absolutely amazing to see the act continue to pump out material year after year, with countless editions of remixes and singles. While the tenderness of their early records has long been washed away, this latest installment is not as aggressive or as heavy as WWIII, WTF?, and ATTAK! Instead, the band manages to transform themselves once again, while still sustaining their signature sound. While Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, and Rammstein have all surpassed heightened success, it’ll be a glorious day when KMFDM ranks amongst the headliners.

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