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  • Summary: Spell MDFMK backwards and what do you get? Well, KMFDM fans know the answer, and may find the sound of this Sasha K.-led industrial band to be remarkably familiar.
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  1. 70
    While the music is broader in scope than before, Konietezko has given no ground to his choice of lyrics.
  2. Hammering a shade softer, MDFMK daubs layers and layers of sophisticated balance -- all depth, no surface.... And the guitars and vintage synths, formerly sprayed on like aerosol cheese, now blend and complement each other -- like, you know, music.
  3. 60
    Though the first two songs, "Now" and "Rabble Rouser," sound like vintage KMFDM, the rest of the album finds the group being more of a rock band with industrial leanings than an industrial band with rock leanings.
  4. MDFMK charts the same breakbeat industrial-thrash that has long been a staple of any KMFDM album, complete with ranting vocals, aggressive songwriting, heavy-metal chords that sound vaguely familiar, and solid programming that reveals a surprising pop sense.
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  1. LA
    Jul 25, 2002
    Great album! skold is a fine addition, though i miss him on his own.
  2. nickw
    Oct 20, 2004
    A good listen, could have done without "Get Out of My Head" though. The style has broadened which is wonderful, and the layers of sound are intricate which is always fun. Expand