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Album Review

Skying is the third album from the Horrors, who continue to explore the blend of post-punk and Krautrock that gave them such recognition on 2009’s Mercury-nominated Primary Colours. For the first time, the bandmembers self-produced the record in their London studio, and the results are captivating. XL Recordings first teased Skying with “Still Life,” displaying singer Faris Badwan's gentler vocal style, while the music forms a layered and atmospheric backdrop., Rovi


Formed: 2005 in Southend-on-Sea, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Beginning as a big-haired, black-clad garage punk outfit and soon morphing into something more experimental, the Horrors featured singer Faris Badwan, bassist Tomethy Furse, guitarist Joshua Von Grimm, drummer Coffin Joe, and keyboardist Spider Webb. The Horrors formed in the summer of 2005 and quickly gained notoriety around London for their look, sound, and brief but frantic live shows. Loog soon signed them, and the Horrors released their official debut single, Sheena Is a Parasite/Jack the Ripper,...
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