Artist: KMFDM
Listenability Scale: 90%
Released by: Metropolis Records
A Review by:
The Dude on the Right

As my music collection has grown, and turning them into mp3’s so my computer has become a jukebox, a lot of times you miss music you used to like to listen to. Such was I delighted when “Nihil” from KMFDM came up in my review rotation.

KMFDM is sometimes classified as industrial rock, or maybe anarchy rock, but I tend to put “Nihil” in the “this is great exercise music” category. “Juke Joint Jezebel” would be the song most people will remember from them, but pretty much take driving bass, lots of electronic keyboards, pounding guitars, and lyrics that sound angry, and you get the idea. What does separate KMFDM from some of the counterparts is pretty much you can understand the lyrics, which makes riding my exercise bike to them that much more enjoyable.

This one is a 90% on the Entertainment Ave! listenability scale. A CD that will always keep you blood pumping.

That’s it for this quick review. I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!