Tired? Bored? Indifferently drifting through life caring as much about your "America's Next Top Model" as the Jihad boiling up all around you? Then stay home. Do anything but subject yourself to the socio-political disgust and vitriol spewed forth by the never-say-die German industrial band KMFDM (translation: "No Pity for the Majority"). Now entering its third decade of smearing governments and rattling crowds with brutal synth beats and searing guitar riffs, the band's new album "Hau Ruck" offers few excuses to stay home.