Anyway, KMFDM has been around since 1984 and today I've picked one song from their recent (2009) album Skold vs. KMFDM, one song from 2008 album Brimborium and one song from their 1997 album which is commonly referred to as "Symbols" (see album cover at bottom of post).
Although KMFDM has been around for quite a long time, and many members have come and gone (although found member and Professional Badass Sascha Konietzko has kept KMFDM alive and kicking), KMFDM has offered "conceptual continuity" throughout the years. Yes, there's a good deal of variety when it comes to the many KMFDM songs (along with a plethora of remixes), but when you hear KMFDM, you just know its KMFDM.
Speaking of conceptual continuity, the new album Blitz releases TOMORROW but was leaked to the internet February 24th, one month before the official release.
If you want to check out more KMFDM, hit up Grooveshark and listen to a few of my favorite KMFDM jams:
Hau Ruck, Virus, Anarchy, Revolution, Unfit, You're No Good, Free Your Hate, Tohuvabohu, Money, Headcase, and A Drug Against War.
P.S. KMFDM Sucks.
Skold vs KMFDM - Alkohol [right click to download]
KMFDM - Looking For Strange (Super Strange Mix by Die Krupps) [right click to download]
KMFDM - Megalomaniac [right click to download]