Pyrroline - Behind The Horizon
EBM, Industrial Pyrroline is ... also known under the name dihydropyrroles, are three different heterocyclic organic chemical compounds that differ in the position of the double bond.? (Thanks Wikipedia), but it is also a 90's style EBM band from Stuttgart in Germany.

'Behind The Horizon' is their second album and my first encounter with the band. This release is something for people like me, which enjoy bands like Front Line Assembly and Leaether Strip. The band themselves also add people that enjoy Skinny Puppy to the bunch, but I have a hard time seeing that. Pyrroline's music is not gritty and dirty enough to be compared to old school Skinny.

My main concern with this album is the lack of hits and tracks that you remember. There are no strong choruses that you will hum on or scream along with while you listen to this album. The only track that made an impact is the 11th track "Drown" and that is simply because the female vocals are soo off key, I have to remember to flip it by as soon as it gets on. It works much better on the seventh track "When Angels Pass Away".

I've mostly listened to this album while driving back and forth to work. Pyrroline's often softer Industrial EBM works well together with the frost bitten landscape and Volvo's industrial complexes while I pass them by, and while I listen to the album, I enjoy it. The problem is that as soon as I turn it off, I forget it and I really never feel the urge to listen to the album, it's just conveniently enough in my CD-player.
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Brutal Resonance

Pyrroline - Behind The Horizon

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released off label 2010
Pyrroline is ... also known under the name dihydropyrroles, are three different heterocyclic organic chemical compounds that differ in the position of the double bond.? (Thanks Wikipedia), but it is also a 90's style EBM band from Stuttgart in Germany.

'Behind The Horizon' is their second album and my first encounter with the band. This release is something for people like me, which enjoy bands like Front Line Assembly and Leaether Strip. The band themselves also add people that enjoy Skinny Puppy to the bunch, but I have a hard time seeing that. Pyrroline's music is not gritty and dirty enough to be compared to old school Skinny.

My main concern with this album is the lack of hits and tracks that you remember. There are no strong choruses that you will hum on or scream along with while you listen to this album. The only track that made an impact is the 11th track "Drown" and that is simply because the female vocals are soo off key, I have to remember to flip it by as soon as it gets on. It works much better on the seventh track "When Angels Pass Away".

I've mostly listened to this album while driving back and forth to work. Pyrroline's often softer Industrial EBM works well together with the frost bitten landscape and Volvo's industrial complexes while I pass them by, and while I listen to the album, I enjoy it. The problem is that as soon as I turn it off, I forget it and I really never feel the urge to listen to the album, it's just conveniently enough in my CD-player.
Feb 25 2011

Off label

Official relesae released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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