A Decade in Glitter and Danger Industrial, Rock Porn Porn might not be the first word that comes to my mind when I hear this industrial rock band. It feels more like Nine inch nails influenced music than porn. Okay, enough of bad jokes. Porn is a French industrial rock/metal band and this is their fourth release called 'A Decade in Glitter and Danger'. It's a mix of slow and fast tracks with some really nice tracks. The voice range home high pitched to more typical Nine Inch Nails like vocals. I refer a lot to Nine Inch Nails because you can hear that's a big influence and in some ways it seems like they try to sound like them, or maybe it's just a coincidence. My favorite tracks of this album are "Call Me", "Baby Smack" and "Stiff Little Things" three very different tracks. The first one is a cover with a nice drive and raspy vocals and the second one is a typical industrial rock track with high pitched vocals and a nice chorus that really takes you in. Last but not least we got a very slow track which is almost like a ballad, the only problem with that track is that the vocals are a bit too low. This album isn't a bad one, but it's not the best in it's genre. The production is good enough and there are a few solid tracks, but it's not enough to suck me in. 350
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Porn - A Decade in Glitter and Danger

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Black Rain
Porn might not be the first word that comes to my mind when I hear this industrial rock band. It feels more like Nine inch nails influenced music than porn. Okay, enough of bad jokes.

Porn is a French industrial rock/metal band and this is their fourth release called 'A Decade in Glitter and Danger'. It's a mix of slow and fast tracks with some really nice tracks. The voice range home high pitched to more typical Nine Inch Nails like vocals. I refer a lot to Nine Inch Nails because you can hear that's a big influence and in some ways it seems like they try to sound like them, or maybe it's just a coincidence.

My favorite tracks of this album are "Call Me", "Baby Smack" and "Stiff Little Things" three very different tracks. The first one is a cover with a nice drive and raspy vocals and the second one is a typical industrial rock track with high pitched vocals and a nice chorus that really takes you in. Last but not least we got a very slow track which is almost like a ballad, the only problem with that track is that the vocals are a bit too low.

This album isn't a bad one, but it's not the best in it's genre. The production is good enough and there are a few solid tracks, but it's not enough to suck me in.
Apr 06 2010

Fredrik Croona

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