Guaranteed both to amuse and to confuse, Ten$ion is a masterpiece of kitsch
Now the music's bold enough to live up to the band's image, just about, even if it isn't often tasteful exactly
The group isn’t so much challenging expectations or creating deliberately shocking music as they’re hoping their absurdist creations will be taken as avant-garde
Despite more of the foul-mouthed impish fun, Ten$ion doesn’t offer much punch or cohesive power.
Not that anyone expected subtlety from Die Antwoord, but this is id rap at its worst, and even their excess lacks scope or imagination.
This isn't a record — it's a thumping collection of skits.