THEN: Like a hit-man's shot to the head, silenced through a pillow, Kinski's third album hits the target with muffled ferocity. Deep, wooly guitars rumble and thunder their way through this album sometimes accompanied by minimal vocals or simple melody but often just push forward with pounding drums as their only guide. (Read our original review here)
NOW: While a year is long time in rock music, I'm happy to report that Agent Kinski still takes no prisoners.
SUB POP SAYS: "Down Below It’s Chaos sums up Kinski’s past and propels them into the ozone."
KILLER TRACK: Plan, Steal, Drive (mp3)
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