Review by Rivertree published

"One or two may be surprised, they are delivering a really modern sound. This album proves that they should not be reduced to the vintage 1970's times. When the band could set a landmark concerning the development of experimental music, and hereby especially the Krautrock genre. It certainly sounds influenced by the album 'Malesch' and their early excursions to some French speaking North African ressorts. But some Far East flavour is coming up too while drawing obvious references to their 2007 re-union tour in Japan. Apart from new bassist Daniel Cordes the line up is still the same compared to the 1970 years. More than ever this is interspersed by a fascinating percussion work, and Michael Hoenig's contemporary electronic goodies, apparently resembling his experiences as a film music composer."