The Horrors

A Guide to the Most Anticipated 2017 Fall Releases

This fall, Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus, Destroyer, and Protomartyr are just a few of the acts with hotly anticipated new releases. Find a preview of the season's most talked-about forthcoming…
SPIN Staff / August 30, 2017

Austin Psych Fest 2014: SPIN’s Photo Highlights

On the first weekend of May 2014, the seventh annual Austin Psych Fest took place at Carson Creek Ranch. Produced and curated by the Reverberation…
Krista Schlueter / May 5, 2014

The Horrors’ Tom Furse Takes TOY’s ‘Conductor’ to the Dance Floor

Back in December, English psych crew TOY dropped Join the Dots, an 11-track album that opened with "Conductor," an instrumental epic that spans seven minutes…
Kyle McGovern / March 31, 2014

The Horrors Return With Seven Glistening Minutes on ‘I See You’

English shoegaze-makers the Horrors have at last set a date for their fourth album, and they're marking the occasion with a seven-and-a-half-minute song. They've also…
Chris Martins / February 24, 2014

Listen to Rachel Zeffira of Cat’s Eyes’ Sultry ‘Here on In’

Both a soprano opera singer and classically trained multi-instrumentalist, you may already know Rachel Zeffira's voice from the work she's done with Horrors frontman Faris…
David Bevan / January 7, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Scott Walker, Bruno Mars, Green Day, Wiz Khalifa

Another week brings another round of album streams. Clear your day and hit play.1) Green Day, ¡Tré!. "While ¡Tré! naturally continues Green Day's return to garage-band basics, it has a…
Kyle McGovern / December 6, 2012

The Horrors, ‘Skying’ (XL)

Coachella denizens may remember the Horrors' petulant set a couple of years ago, during which the Brits griped that they'd rather be watching My Bloody…
Stacey Anderson / July 26, 2011

Darkness Plot New LP, The Horrors Return + More

After announcing their reunion in March, The Darkness are set to record a new album for 2012 and embark on a world tour.
SPIN Staff / May 25, 2011

Gorillaz Tap Snoop, Mos Def for New Album

With the Blur reunion behind him, Damon Albarn is returning to his virtual side-project Gorillaz, recruiting Snoop Dogg, Lou Reed, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb,…
William Goodman / November 30, 2009