Arguably, the nature of the NSK project makes the contemporary responses the group elicited—positive and negative alike—as much a part of their work as their records, paintings and theatrical productions. As such, this generous 600-page book has a good claim to be its definitive account, to be coveted by fans and treasured by scholars.—Art Review—
Laibach are probably the most politically provocative band on the planet. Founded in Slovenia in 1980, they emerged as the musical wing of the radical Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) avant-garde movement. They remain active today, exploring the relationship between art and ideology, pop music and politics. This reader provides fascinating insights into both the band’s early musical oeuvre and NSK activities.
—Times Higher Education