en[rypt10n | Glora Sin

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Glora Sin

by en[rypt10n

captivating industrial metal with epic neotribal power noise scapes, harsh breaks, and sultry vocals; a futuristic, melodic, and distorted apocalyptic vision.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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1. No Escaping
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3:34 album only
2. Digital Superstar
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3:28 album only
3. Rise To Your Feet
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2:22 album only
4. Led To Nowhere
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3:43 album only
5. Get Me Out Of Here
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4:17 album only
6. Animal Kingdom
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3:39 album only
7. The Anthropoid
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2:16 album only
8. Collision
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4:04 album only
9. Nebular
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2:15 album only
10. The Necromancer
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2:36 album only
11. Energy In Motion
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4:14 album only
12. Slave Scars
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13. Glora Sin
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Album Notes
NY industrial rock band Encryption releases Glora Sin, a profound and apocalyptic portrayal from a decayed world of premonitions, warfare, indulgence, and resistance; a ferocious tekno pulse through a sophisticated wall of clubby dancefloor upheaval.

Official website: www.encryptionmusic.com
tech info- *All tracks are stereo mixes*
Listen to tracks in broadband ("play all songs") = real time CD quality and stereo mix... or lo-fi = mono -internet only demo for any slower connections...


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Jimmy B

Kick ass. Sounds like old school industrial with a perfect balance of guitar.


Pretty intense
I'm more into death metal, but I quite like this techno album. After about the 8th track, it gets a bit average, but the first few are very good, especially the 5th track "Get Me Out Of Here", the best track on the album. While the last few are not as good as the first two-thirds, it's not too bad.