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KMFDM: Attack

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Artist: KMFDM
Title: Attack
Format: CD
Label: Metropolis Records
Distributor: Audioglobe
KMFDM exists since 1984 and in all these years they released ten albums (plus remixes albums as well) before their new one: ATTACK. It took three years from the last CD titled Adios to release this new one because some band's members leaved. The core members Sascha Konietzko and Raymond "Pig" Watts teamed up with Tim Skold, Lucia Cifarelli (Universal Music Group recording artist), Bill Rieflin (Ministry, REVCO) and signature vocal diva KMFDM style mainstay, Dorona Alberti to release this album. I'm not that familiar with KMFDM's music but this new album is what the fans were expecting for: energy, melody and tons of distorsion. Maybe some melodic solutions, like on "Save Me" or "Superhero", are almost "pop" (even if buried under tons of industrial sounds) but during the fifty minutes of the listening there's nothing that will disturb too much their fans because the band have still their characteristic ultra-heavy beats based sound. If you have been disappointed by the MDFMK CD be aware that this is a come back to what KMFDM was.

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