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KUNST from KMFDM

Posted Feb. 10, 2013, 12:15 p.m. in Records by Loren
KUNST from KMFDM

German industrial rockers KMFDM will be releasing a new album, KUNST, on February 26 through Metropolis Records. The title is German for "art." The band, now entering their third decade of making music, states:



[Thirty years is] not really a milestone...It's more proof of longevity through quality. Totally DIY, yet a successful business model and outlet for real meaningful art.



 

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