To quote vocalist/programmer Jimmy Urine, “‘F*** Machine’ is a dirty song about f***ing so much that you become a machine, so it’s the perfect song for a remix record.” And so we tell you about F*** Machine, the upcoming remix album that will be released January 14th, 2014 via Metropolis Records. The 12-track album features remixes by Combichrist, KMFDM, Mustard Pimp, and more, of “F*** Machine”, a track from the recently released How I Learned To Stop Giving A Sh*t And Love Mindless Self Indulgence.
Jimmy continues, “We have remixes from our usual gang of friends like KMFDM, Combichrist and Mustard Pimp… plus some new friends like Blush Response. We also have remixes from LJU, the world’s only hermaphrodite DJ, and a remix of ‘Jack You Up’ by Black Lipstick who are so goth that they are actually card-carrying members of The Black Panthers. Rounding the whole thing out is my lovely wife Chantal Claret on the ‘Chantal Loves Jimmy Remix’, telling me how she wants to make a f*** machine with me.”
You can pre-order the physical album via Metropolis Records or digitally via Bandcamp. Head on below to check out the track list, hear the original song, and see the album cover. READ MORE
Welcome a new industrial rock supergroup called Primitive Race! The group, which was created by Chris Kniker (producer of Lords Of Acid, tweaker) and Chris Vrenna (Nine Inch Nails, American McGee’s Alice, Marilyn Manson), is currently working on their first single “Long In The Tooth” (which has this alluring image being teased), which will feature remixes from Front Line Assembly, Bells Into Machines (ex-Ministry bassist Paul Barker’s new project), and more.
The project will feature a wide range of talent, including Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory, Ascension of The Watchers), Luc Van Acker (Revolting Cocks), Raymond Watts (PIG, former KMFDM), Dave Ogilvie (Skinny Puppy, Jakalope), Mark Gemini Thwaite (Peter Murphy, Tricky, Mob Research, The Mission, Gary Numan), Erie Loch (LUXT, Blownload, Exageist), and Graham “Crabbi” Crabb (Pop Will Eat Itself).
Video of “Crabbi” describing his involvement can be seen below. READ MORE
Industrial metal legends KMFDM have announced that Metropolis Records will be reissuing two classic albums: 1984′s Opium and 2003′s WWIII. The two will be released on October 22nd, two days after the band embarks on a full N. American tour.
Sascha “Kapt’n K” Konietzko states that Opium wasn’t so much an album as it was, “…like a demo, made under the most horrid conditions with absolutely no money at all.”
The full touring schedule can be seen below. READ MORE
UPDATE: The video is not official and was made without the band’s input.
According to a post on the KMFDM official Facebook page, a video for “I Heart Not” has been released and can be seen below. The song comes from the band’s latest release Kunst. The video is a poorly shot revenge tale of a woman who stalks and ultimately confronts her ex-lover and her new boyfriend. Complete with an MS Paint heart and filmed on what appears to be a cheap smartphone or a Kmart point-and-shoot. Honestly, it’s a pretty terrible video. Give it a view below and let me know what you think about it. READ MORE
Next week sees the release of Kunst, the new album from industrial legends KMFDM. In anticipation, the band has teamed up with Revolver to give you a chance to listen to the entire album in a stream! The album comes out Feb. 26th via Metropolis Records (pre-orders available here). You can listen at the previous link or below.
Make sure to check out our exclusive interview with frontman Sascha Konietzko here. READ MORE
Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you an exclusive interview with KMFDM frontman Sascha Konietzko! Head on below to hear about the new album Kunst, Sascha on Depeche Mode, the tribute song to Pussy Riot, and much more!
Kunst, their 18th studio album, will be released on Feb. 26th via Metropolis Records. Pre-order bundles are available here. READ MORE
Industrial act KMFDM has revealed that their upcoming 18th studio album Kunst will be released on Feb. 26th via Metropolis Records. The album will feature 10 tracks. Check below for the track listing and album cover art (NSFW).
The track “Pussy Riot” exposes the underbelly of society’s shortcomings. Frontman Sascha Konietzko further explains, stating, “KMFDM has always been, particularly by means of our artworks, a propagator of female empowerment. I am a ‘fan’ of both Pussy Riot and FEMEN [the feminist Ukrainian protest group] insofar as these are young women who don’t just talk and complain but act and take things into their own hands and create worldwide awareness of their issues and be it – in the case of FEMEN, simply by calling attention to their actions by baring their t**s in public. The felling of the cross was an epic statement in support of Pussy Riot.” READ MORE
Industrial band KMFDM has released a video that offers fans a taste of each track on their upcoming album Kunst. The album is slated to be released for a Feb. 26th release via Metropolis records. You can hear everything below. READ MORE
KMFDM will be releasing Kunst, their 18th studio album on Feb. 26th. To give fans a little taste of what’s to come, the band has uploaded a short teaser video that features the lyric, “Kill mother fucking Depeche Mode!“, which is a tongue-in-cheek nod to the band jokingly stating that this was the phrase behind the acronym name (in reality it’s Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, loosely translated as “No Pity For The Majority”). You can check out the teaser below. READ MORE
Industrial legends KMFDM have unveiled the track list for their upcoming album Kunst, which will be coming out Feb. 26th, 2013. The album, which will be their 18th studio release, features 10 tracks, including a song entitled “Pussy Riot”, which may or may not be about the incarcerated Russian punk band of the same name. Knowing KMFDM, it could be anything at all. Check out the full track list and (NSFW) album artwork below. READ MORE
Legendary industrial band KMFDM has announced that they will be releasing their 18th studio album Kunst on Feb. 26th, 2013. While no other details about the music or track list have come forth, the album cover has been released. Warning, it’s NSFW due to cartoon breasts, so take care checking it out below. READ MORE
When it comes to industrial rock, there are a few bands that should immediately spring to mind. However, none of them should be as quick as KMFDM. With a career spanning over two decades and countless releases, this German band is one of the most widely influential artists in the music scene. And they’ve just announced a full US tour!
Starting August 3rd, KMFDM will be hitting the road with Army Of The Universe (who will be joined by Chris Vrenna (Nine Inch Nails/Marilyn Manson) on select tour dates), 16Volt, and Human Factors Lab. Check after the jump for full tour dates.
Photo Courtesy: Ester Segarra