It's a shame you feel that way, they were the first industrial band i got into and have loved every album they have done and this was no exception for me i think it still lives up to there style.
I was raised listening to Kraftwerk, And One, and Rammstein,
and as the "genre" got more defined, so did my musical taste.
Certain bands manage to evolve and grow while maintaining
their uniqueness, such as wumpscut for example, feindflug, or even funker vogt...
but with VNV ("Advance and Follow v2" being my first album)
i feel as if their uniqueness has been lost somewhere along the way
seen from a DJs perspective one has to see what moves the crowd,
what makes people want to dance, not just the new crowd but also
the "oldschool", the regulars...
From this new album, the only song i can somewhat see moving
people on the dancefloor is "Art of Conflict" ... while "where there is light"
would completely empty any room ....
As a follower, i appreciate the dedication, very well elaborated
sounds, and thought out lyrics, but i think the overall sound has gotten