This is the type of testosterone-filled EBM that very easy could become silly instead of heavy and energetic. But here we don’t fall into that trap; instead this is a varied album, being experimental enough to be interesting throughout. The songs are shaped in the same mold so that we recognize the formula almost instantly. The vocals are really strong and fits perfectly.
My favorite track is “Panzer” that sounds just like you want a title like this to sound: hard, catchy and with strong vocals. Simple, yet exiting and very nicely done. It's a cover of "Panzerlied" by Jesus and the Gurus. I even found myself enjoying the other cover on here, “March”. With many other bands a mix of military march and EBM could have been a huge mistake but Tyske Ludder constrain themselves and stay on the professional side.
When I first heard their debut album “Bombt die Mörder?”, I enjoyed it, but didn’t really think that this band would still be around some 15 years later. With “Anonymous” they show that we on the contrary just have heard the first of them. This is a big step forward; watch out for this band in the future.