Yes this devilishly good-looking fellow has returned with his eighth album and in my own opinion, with quite some energy. The album, Born Villain, has its moments with uncontrolled riffs, fuzzy guitars and processed beats but what saves this album is its underlying use of dynamics.
Born Villain brought together by the same team used for Manson’s last endeavour The High End of Low consisted of former members of Nine Inch Nails, Jeordie White and Chris Vrenna, who I think were major proponents of the interesting industrial/electronic beats produced on this record. Those moments contrasted with the sleazy guitar noise at times made for some of the most compelling moments in this album.
The album’s best moments though, come in the oppositions created throughout the album. I have already mentioned the synthesizers and guitars but another opposition that keeps tantalizing the listeners ears is Manson’s use of…
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