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The Horrors (clockwise from left), Public Enemy, and Swans, just a few of the artists featured at this year's All Tomorrow's Parties festival.
October 5, 2011 Recording in the car on the ride back from All Tomorrow's Parties, Bob Boilen and Lars Gotrich look back at a festival that showcases artists on the fringes sonically and aesthetically.
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The Horrors at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, N.J., on Saturday.
October 5, 2011 At Convention Hall, the Goth-tinged post-punk band came off like U2: bold, shimmering and confident.
The Horrors' new album, Skying, comes out August 9.
July 31, 2011 Known for a dark sound rooted in Gothic rock and post-punk, the British band lets a little sunshine in on its third album.
January 25, 2007 The Horrors' members look like the Cure and sound a bit like The Cramps, so it's no surprise that their music, their message and their clothing are plenty dark. Their self-titled debut EP delivers a 15-minute blast of chaotic garage-punk suitable for seedy clubs and very short Halloween parties.
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