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KMFDM

Über KMFDM

Creating an unyielding audio assault since a multimedia performance in 1984, Kein Mehrheit Fur Die Mitleid (No Pity for the Majority) have taken dance track tactics to their extremes. A crushing synthesis of hip-hop beats and Industrial percussion is used as a concrete foundation for sinister instrumentation. Guitar riffs as dark and violent as Slayer's more hellish moments are strung tightly from oppressive washes of heavy synths. What separates KMFDM from most other Industrial Dance groups is their radical political content. Terrorizing, distorted vocals and spoken word sample arrangements posit that their position Is a Drug Against War.

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KMFDM

Creating an unyielding audio assault since a multimedia performance in 1984, Kein Mehrheit Fur Die Mitleid (No Pity for the Majority) have taken dance track tactics to their extremes. A crushing synthesis of hip-hop beats and Industrial percussion is used as a concrete foundation for sinister instrumentation. Guitar riffs as dark and violent as Slayer's more hellish moments are strung tightly from oppressive washes of heavy synths. What separates KMFDM from most other Industrial Dance groups is their radical political content. Terrorizing, distorted vocals and spoken word sample arrangements posit that their position Is a Drug Against War.

Über KMFDM

Creating an unyielding audio assault since a multimedia performance in 1984, Kein Mehrheit Fur Die Mitleid (No Pity for the Majority) have taken dance track tactics to their extremes. A crushing synthesis of hip-hop beats and Industrial percussion is used as a concrete foundation for sinister instrumentation. Guitar riffs as dark and violent as Slayer's more hellish moments are strung tightly from oppressive washes of heavy synths. What separates KMFDM from most other Industrial Dance groups is their radical political content. Terrorizing, distorted vocals and spoken word sample arrangements posit that their position Is a Drug Against War.

Über KMFDM

Creating an unyielding audio assault since a multimedia performance in 1984, Kein Mehrheit Fur Die Mitleid (No Pity for the Majority) have taken dance track tactics to their extremes. A crushing synthesis of hip-hop beats and Industrial percussion is used as a concrete foundation for sinister instrumentation. Guitar riffs as dark and violent as Slayer's more hellish moments are strung tightly from oppressive washes of heavy synths. What separates KMFDM from most other Industrial Dance groups is their radical political content. Terrorizing, distorted vocals and spoken word sample arrangements posit that their position Is a Drug Against War.

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