KMFDM to Kill Boise with Muthafukin' Dance Music 

Friday, March 29 at Knitting Factory

In the 1990s, Hamburg, Germany's KMFDM was credited with bringing industrial music to the mainstream alongside heavy-hitters like Nine Inch Nails and Ministry. But since its formation in 1984, the band's sound has stood apart for its layers of electronic influences atop pure, heavy-metal rock 'n' roll.

Spanning a career of nearly 30 years and nearly as many albums, KMFDM singer and multi-instrumentalist Sascha Konietzko remains the group's driving force. Despite a rotating cast of other players, KMFDM's distinct sound is still characterized by pulsating synthesizers and bass with chunky riffs.

While early singles like "Power" and "Juke Joint Jezebel" helped KMFDM achieve worldwide success, the February release of KMFDM's 18th album, Kunst, proves it can still bring the noise.

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