KMFDM

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KMFDM in 2009.

KMFDM was formed in 1984 as a joint effort between Sascha Konietzko (A.K.A. Kapt'n K) and German painter/multi-media performer Udo Sturm to perform for the opening of an exhibition of young European artists at the Grand Palais. Sturm had no lasting musical aspirations, and Konietzko was more interested in studio recordings than the occasional art performance, so he began collaborating with then-Hamburg-based studio owner Raymond Watts and drummer Klaus Schandelmaier, who adopted the stage name En Esch. Tim Skold was among the other members.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Opium (1984)
  • What Do You Know, Deutschland? (1986)
  • Don't Blow Your Top (1988)
  • UAIOE (1989)
  • Naïve (1990)
  • Money (1992)
  • Angst (1993)
  • Nihil (1995)
  • Xtort (1996)
  • Symbols (1997)
  • Adios (1999)
  • Attak (2002)
  • WWIII (2003)
  • Hau Ruck (2005)
  • Tohuvabohu (2007)
  • Skold vs. KMFDM (2009)
  • Blitz (2009)
  • WTF?! (2011)
  • Kunst (2013)
  • Our Time Will Come (2014)

Remix albums & EPs[edit]

  • Naïve/Hell to Go (1994)
  • KMFDM VS. PIG: Sin Sex & Salvation (1994)
  • Ruck Zuck (2006)
  • Brimborium (2008)
  • Krieg (2010)