It's been nearly 20 years since KMFDM (Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid) first said adios to the music world, mainly to the Wax Trax years. A rebirth emerged in 2002, after running briefly as MFDMK, and, one might say at the risk of blasphemy, became a better, tighter band. "Hell Yeah" is the band's 20th album and follows the "Yeah" EP, which KMFDM scooted out earlier this year. No pity for the majority as ever, in spirit and in lyric, yet Sascha Konietzko and his femme-fatale wife, Lucia Cifarelli, are after something different this time around. Something that's caused a mite bit of unnecessary controversy from the start following the debut of the album's two singles, "Murder My Heart" and the title track. Said controversy has nothing to do with the band's ongoing tirades against political corruption and cultural languor.