When KMFDM broke through to mainstream listeners in the early '90s, they offered them something much darker than most
of the techno that was becoming popular at the time. Crossing metal with industrial dance music, their jackhammer beats
were more appropriate for a prison riot then a rave. Now, the band is back on tour, and you can get concert
For years, fans have endlessly debated what the acronym the band named itself after stands for. One very popular theory
was that it's a rather crude insult against Depeche Mode. But more likely, it stands for Kein Mitleid Fur Die Mehrheit,
German for "No Pity For the Majority." This certainly isn't music that you'll find playing on the Top 40 stations
KMFDM tickets are now available, but don't expect them to last for very long. Whenever
this group is on tour, their tickets sell out extremely quickly. Experiencing one of their shows is not like most concerts.
Expect there to be a lot of energy in the air when they switch on those synths, and prepare to hear all your favorite songs
on their current tour!