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KMFDM on autopilot is still A Good Thing
on 22 April 2013
The reliable frequency with which KMFDM crank out releases these days means that while we may not get the collaborative high points of albums like WWIII or the sublime Nihil any more, if you want solid, Euro-tinged industrial rock there are few better purveyors. Favouring a more stripped down, simplified electronic style (as seen on 2009's Blitz and 2011's WTF?!), this could do with having a little more of every element applied to it to make it really stand out.