Attak - KMFDM
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  • Summary: Three years after the industrial band's farewell album 'Adios,' founding member Sascha Konietzko is back recording under the KMFDM name, although just as on last year's album under the MDFMK moniker, co-founder En Esch is no longer with the group.
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  1. KMFDM rebound from the lukewarm MDFMK project pulsing and palpitating with a sense of urgency that proves this machine is not obsolete. [May 2002, p.88]
  2. While lacking the high-concept drama of the similarly-minded Rammstein, KMFDM are more sonically adventurous: drum'n'bass and digital dancehall spice up the usual murderously heavy riffing. [May 2002, p.115]
  3. Sounds fresher than anything the group has attempted in a long time.
  4. The quality is uniform, but below par.
  5. 40
    Boasts the same predictable guitar riffs and unengaging listening experience as the outfit's other recent works. [May 2002, p.72]
  6. A new set of hard-driving war cries that aren’t all that different from yesterday’s, but different enough to be entertaining while somewhere short of inspiring.
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  1. MitchC.
    Oct 5, 2002
    10
    As a long time KMFDM fan, I must say that this is there best album and is a masterpiece. Can't wait for more to come out, keep up the great work Sascha, Tim and Lucia! Expand
  2. nickw
    Oct 20, 2004
    5
    Great moments, with a few too many disappointments in between. almost uninspired.

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