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The Horrors' video for "Changing The Rain," one of the songs from their excellent album Skying, is a psychedelic, kaleidoscopic animated affair in which the band members' faces become our new alien…   Read Story »
Last night, the NME Awards went down in London, and two titans of vaguely gothic Brit-rock shared the stage for one song. Florence & The Machine's Florence Welch duetted with the Horrors on the…   Read Story »
Last Call With Carson Daly: It's still on! Who knew? Last night, the show featured the majestic British synth-rockers the Horrors. But instead of bringing the band in to play in front of a studio…   Read Story »
Yesterday, UK arena rockers the Horrors served up a cover of David Bowie's "Suffragette City," and today their contribution to Lady Gaga's forthcoming Born This Way: The Remix LP hit the web. Stream…   Read Story »
Here we are with the Horrors, adepts of fashionable retro-rock synthesis, adeptly tackling Bowie's Ziggy Stardust wham-bam-thank-you-mammer for Channel 4's On Track... programme. It's a live take,…   Read Story »
Gaga is set to drop a slate of products on 11/21 and 11/22, including a remix CD, a deluxe repackaging of her 2011 LP Born This Way, a DVD of her Madison Square Garden Performance and a photo/art…   Read Story »
It's going to be impossible to claim that Beyoncé Knowles has "quietly" put together a vicious song catalog, stocked with everything from heart-wrenching ballads to shamelessly fun bangers, but she…   Read Story »
We're not sure where it stands in the hierarchy of great indie rock covers of Beyoncé songs, but you know, it's pretty good! The Horrors deconstruct Beyoncé's magnificent "Best Thing I Never Had"…   Read Story »
If last year's rebooted Tron movie had an acid-trip sequence, it probably would've looked something like "I Can See Through You," the new video from London synth-rock anthem-crafters the Horrors. In…   Read Story »
Jeff Mangum has justifiably been getting the lion's share of the attention surrounding the I'll Be Your Mirror festival; when a reclusive indie god comes out of hiding, it's a big deal. But the…   Read Story »