World Tour 2003 KMFDM sees DVD/CD release in June and JulyPosted on 10/06/04
2004 marks the 20th anniversary of KMFDM. Sanctuary Records now announce the release of the "WWIII Tour 2003" DVD & CD this Summer. Recorded throughout their Autumn 2003 tour, the DVD and CD capture KMFDM at its most venomously entertaining. Released on June 22nd, the DVD includes not only the white-knuckle concert performance, but also a host of bonus features, culminating in more than three hours of mind-numbing KMFDM socio-politically charged entertainment. In a reaction KMFDM ringleader Sascha Konietzko says: "(This) new live material blows the old stuff completely out of the water.” Along with the potent live performance, the DVD offers numerous features that allow the viewer to glimpse the manic world of KMFDM, including after show and backstage footage, interviews with the band and crew, a tour photo slide show, a fan photo slide show, tour journal entries from the band and crew, KMFDM Horde fan club featurette, the animated Wild West Concert intro sequence, studio footage from the WWIII recording sessions, song lyrics, an interactive e-card, an electronic press kit, and a featurette allowing the viewer to embark on a whale-watching excursion with the band. The CD counterpart to "WWIII Tour 2003" is comprised of the same track listing as the DVD, but as a bonus, includes the exclusive track “Ultra”. The CD version will be released on July 27th. KMFDM are soon embarking on a full world tour in further support of "WWIII" and the new live album/DVD. A warm-up US run will occur later in June. For dates, check the band's webpage below.
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Posted by: Noisy on Jun 14, 04 | 10:09 pm
Kmfdm is one of my favorites band in the industrial scene.
Posted by: on Jun 10, 04 | 7:00 pm
Bug16 is right in that some people probably do want to buy it, but I saw them in 2003 and was not impressed. I was quite bored, really.
Posted by: sirhawk on Jun 10, 04 | 6:41 pm
I don't recall ever seeing KMFDM having a DVD release.....and I saw them in Nov. '03 in Seattle and they rocked the house! So, hey, this is a business and as long as it is something that is entertaining, I am all for it...... not to mention the guys are really funny....Sascha lives here in Seattle and has been on the "On the Edge" industrial show many times and seems to be very open to his ideals,opinions, and just being open to listening to the fans.
Posted by: Catgirl on Jun 10, 04 | 4:32 pm
Fans are cows.
Posted by: on Jun 10, 04 | 2:20 pm
No, the problem is milking everything you can out of your fans.
Posted by: Bug16 on Jun 10, 04 | 10:12 am
I think you'll find that most KMFDM fans are happy to buy this. I guess in your opinion anybody who charges money for their product is bad?
Posted by: on Jun 10, 04 | 6:07 am
Dubok show's us how to make fans
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