Glenn Porter

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Glenn Porter (born 1975) is an American drummer from Chicago, Illinois most famous for forming Alkaline Trio with fellow bike messenger Matt Skiba and Rob Doran, which he later left in 2000 after recording two albums with them. He is also a former 88 Fingers Louie member. Prior to drumming for 88 Fingers Louie, Porter drummed for a band called Tommyrot. He has also been credited as a sound mixer for two films.

Glenn Porter's ex-girlfriend, Heather Gabel, is credited with designing the Heart/Skull Alkaline Trio symbol, as discussed in the Alkaline Trio DVD Goddamnit.

Porter currently resides in Portland, Oregon, where he plays drums for an under ground rock band called Advisory.

Discography[edit]

with 88 Fingers Louie[edit]

with Alkaline Trio[edit]

Album Cover Year Title Label Format Other information
1996 Demo Tape Self Released Cassette EP
1997 Sundials Johann's Face Records EP
May, 1998 For Your Lungs Only Asian Man Records EP
October 13, 1998 Goddamnit Asian Man Records CD
June 25, 1999 I Lied My Face Off Asian Man Records EP
January 18, 2000 Blue Meanies/Alkaline Trio Split 7" Thick Records LP
March 24, 2000 Maybe I'll Catch Fire Asian Man Records CD
April 18, 2000 Alkaline Trio Asian Man Records CD Collection of Songs from their EPs

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