As with all things in life, the things you really like never quite stay the same. For better or worse that's the way it is. With KMFDM It was my opinion that after En Esch and Guenter Schulz left it was gonna be for the worse. The last few albums were "lacking" as I see it, and I was not of any high hopes that the band could really redeem themselves to their glory days. So does Tohuvabohu achieve this mighty feat? No, but it's a lot better than I had hoped. Let's be real folks, without En Esch and Guenter it will never be the KMFDM we all came to know and love, but Sascha and Co do a pretty good job with what's left. The riffs have more of a power groove than straight ahead metal, the electronic side of things is still pure KMFDM through and through and Sascha and Lucia give it their all in the vocal department. It may not be the original recipie but it's still got some of the old flavor left in it.