2021-01-14 at 1:59 AM UTCSo I bought Volk, WAT and Opus Dei back in 2006 and enjoyed those.
I'd say Volk is the best of those three.
IRC their early stuff is more dark and noisy, I wanna try and find those hopefully they're not out of print.
They have a new album that came out a few years ago.
I heard one of the songs, it's pretty good minimal electronic music.
2021-01-14 at 2:07 AM UTC
I like this one because it was based on a Slovenian pop song that complained about people becoming more machine-like and less human
Laibach says 'yeah but who cares', all that matters is lurching forward into the sky and learning to enjoy the smell of diesel and the roar of jet turbines
2021-01-14 at 2:13 AM UTCOpus Dei is so unbalanced.
It starts out as a pop album/military march album and then when it's about to end transforms into a mechanical post-industrial sound.
They should have split it into two separate albums.
B Mashina is a good opener, gets me all hyped up and ready to kill.
2021-01-14 at 2:18 AM UTCyeah I kind of felt the same way about WAT, it's been a while since I've listened to any Laibach though
their cover of 'Sympathy for the Devil' is ace, probably one of the best-written songs ever by the Stones though