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Metal Hammer of Doom: KMFDM - Rocks: Milestones Reloaded

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The boys review the latest from industrial music legends KMFDM, KMFDM - Rocks: Milestones Reloaded.

The album, a personal "best-of" compilation by KMFDM protagonists and masterminds Sascha Konietzko and Lucia Cifarelli, who claim the re-imagined, re-mixed pieces would be an "ideal playlist for a live set," commemorates the band's 32nd anniversary.

Ranging from remixes by Bradley Bills of CHANT to producer/musician extraordinary Marco Trentacoste and Sascha Konietzko himself, the re-worked versions extract the essence of KMFDM's music and, at the same time, place new emphases.

In true KMFDM tradition, "Rocks" bears all the band's trademarks: the (mostly) five letters commonly used in the title, as well as the iconic graphics of Aidan Hughes a.k.a. BRUTE!, which are reminiscent in the style of early Soviet Constructivism propaganda.


Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/kmfdm-signs-with-earmusic-rocks-milestones-reloaded-due-in-september/#exZTlUHDwLfKipHz.99

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