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Monday, May 5 2014

Keep on Moving: A Conversation with the Horrors

Speaking just before the release of their new album Luminous, PopMatters talks to the British alt-pop heavyweights the Horrors about artistic progression, the need to escape your influences, and the terrifying tedium of East London.


Reviews

Tuesday, May 6 2014

The Horrors: Luminous

As close as Luminous comes to being an excellent release, there remains something about it that is unembraceable.


Monday, October 17 2011

The Horrors: 2 October 2011 - Philadelphia

More so than "dark," "skinny", and "critics' wet dream", the operative adjective for the Horrors is "aloof".


Sunday, August 7 2011

The Horrors: Skying

Skying aspires to live up to its title, reflecting how the Horrors are aiming high.


Monday, May 4 2009

The Horrors: Primary Colours

The Horrors aren’t going to win over any new fans with their change in direction. But the die-hards just might be rewarded for their patience.


Thursday, August 23 2007

The Horrors + The Mercy Arms

I have seen the rise of the undead Mod-Goth, and it's face is a face of Horrors.


Blogs

Wednesday, October 5 2011

Out of the Dark and Into the Light: The Horrors and 'Skying'

Do what thy wilt shall be the whole of the law -- the Horrors are making up their own rules, and it shows strongly in their recently-released third album, Skying.


Wednesday, June 8 2011

The Horrors - Skying (new album / video)

The Horrors Skying (XL) Releasing: 25 July (UK), 26 July (US) If music critics love three things, those things are name-dropping obscure bands, abusing adjectives, and post-punk.


Friday, April 24 2009

The Horrors - "Who Can Say" (video)

Britain's the Horrors release their second album of shoegazey garage rock on 5 May via XL. Here's the new video from Primary Colours and a couple


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