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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.

Read Festival Recap: The Magic Of All Tomorrow's Parties

October 5, 2011 – During the ride home, Bob Boilen and Lars Gotrich recall a festival that looks to the sonic fringes.

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The Horrors at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, N.J., on Saturday.

Read The Horrors In Concert: ATP Festival 2011

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.

Read First Listen: The Horrors, 'Skying' KCRW

July 31, 2011 – Known for a dark sound rooted in Gothic rock, the band lets a little sunshine in on its third album. KCRW

Listen 'Death at the Chapel': A Horror Film in Miniature

January 25, 2007 – The Horrors' members make garage-punk suitable for seedy clubs and very short Halloween parties.

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