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9 thoughts on “ Beast - KMFDM - Nihil (Cassette, Album)

  1. This is one of the best albums that KMFDM has ever made. It is kind of the height of their creativity, and is among the most visceral and menacing of any of their work. While some of their albums have two or three good songs, on this album they are pretty much all good. If you want to explore KMFDM, this would be a good first album/5(81).
  2. Feb 11,  · Listen to official albums & more. Working No thanks. Check it out. Find out why Close. KMFDM - Beast dalemierdaaaaa. Beast; Artist KMFDM; Album Nihil; Licensed to YouTube by INgrooves (on behalf of Metropolis Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., The Royalty Network (Publishing), and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  3. Aug 09,  · Album: Nihil () Song Ultra; Artist KMFDM; Album Nihil; Licensed to YouTube by INgrooves (on behalf of Metropolis Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., .
  4. KMFDM Nihil Brute Between the liquor, the bed and the noise in my head Between your mind and my crime And me and the grime Between the gun, the lead and the lies that I said Through your sweet breath Comes the dawn of my death Touch me - hate me Give yourself to me.
  5. Throughout the album, there is a core of intelligence which lifts KMFDM above many of their contemporaries. Significant contributions by growling vocalist Raymond Watts and super-tight guitarist Gunter Shulz add new colors to the KMFDM palette, and the overall production skills on Nihil are state of the art.8/
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  7. KMFDM plays more like a well-oiled machine with sonic precision that rivals hospital surgical equipment rather than a rock band. Nihil is a take-no-prisoners album. Literally. The opening song Ultra is just a warm-up for what you're about to get into. Nihil is an album that'll take some time to Reviews:
  8. Nihil was released in , just a year after Trent Reznor's The Downward Spiral made industrial into more than just an underground reactionary genre. Whenever I go back and listen to Nihil, I can't help but see it as a reaction to TDS; unlike past KMFDM albums, the lyrics tended to be both more serious and more introspective.

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