Review: In 1981 the Dusseldorf band Die Krupps (Jurgen Engler, Bernward Malaka, Ralf Dorper) released a seminal album which wrote its own chapter in the history of music. The Stahlwerksinfonie (Steelworks Symphony) was a near thirty-minute musical monolith of metal guitar sounds with scattergun saxophone and shouts, held together by a monotonic bass line and stoic beat. The album proved a worldwide sensation, a nucleus of EBM and industrial rock. It stood as a direct descendent of Cluster's early works, although Krupps mastermind, Engler was as yet unfamiliar with the output of his purported antecedents. 35 years later, a new version is upon us: recorded with Engler's kindred spirits Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru), Jean-Herve Peron and Zappi Diermaier (Faust), Pyrolator (Der Plan) and US post-rock musician Scott Telles.