KMFDM to Perform Free Show Tonight at The Clubhouse in Tempe

Looks like KMFDM is showing a smidge of favoritism toward the Valley. Just last night they were selling tickets to a San Diego show at $25 a pop. But no, they wouldn't make us pay. We're special.

The legendary German industrial band is performing a free live show tonight at The Clubhouse in Tempe, with support from Army of the Universe, 16 Volt and Human Factors Lab. The music starts at 7 p.m., but entry is on a first come, first served basis. Get there early to guarantee a spot. So, you should be there, like, uh... right now.

The band was originally scheduled to perform in Los Angeles tonight, but the show was canceled for unknown reasons. They evidently decided to make their way west before they arrive at their Wednesday stop in Denver.

Perhaps best known for their 1995 song "Juke Joint Jezebel," which was featured on the Bad Boys and Mortal Kombat soundtracks, KMFDM reformed with a new lineup in 2002 thanks to "public demand," according to band leader and multi-instrumentalist Sascha Konietzko. Since then, they've added six records to their lengthy discography, including 2011's WTF!?

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Christina Caldwell