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Release: Released September 22nd 2017
Product: Double 12" LP
Cat: WOLFTONE14 (Caroline)

Slowly becoming the masters of reinvention - open to interpretation, most frequent of at least - The Horrors return for their fifth release. Lead tracks 'Machine' and 'Something To Remember Me By' will ensure that the worst thing about this record will always be the title - surely to heaven there was something better - but nonetheless, the early signs are promising. From gotho posh-boys to psychedelic experimenters, The Horrors are now moving into what appears to be a digi-industrial movement. Think Tool off-shoot Puscifer or Gary Numan and that's about where we're headed.

  1. Hologram
  2. Press Enter To Exit
  3. Machine
  4. Ghost
  5. Point Of No Reply
  6. Weighed Down
  7. Gathering
  8. World Below
  9. It’s A Good Life
  10. Something To Remember Me By

(The words of the press release, not us)

The Horrors will release new album 'V' on September 22nd.

The band dropped new track 'Machine' a few weeks back, a crunching return that recalled early Nine Inch Nails or Depeche Mode's industrial leanings.

New album 'V' is set to follow, with Paul Epworth overseeing the group's fifth studio effort.

Faris Badwan explains: “It is a risk. But life isn’t much fun without risk. It’s the antithesis of being creative if you know what you’re going to be doing every time.”

Keyboardist Tom Cowan continues: “It’s natural, if you do see yourself as an artist, to progress and not play it safe. Bowie pre-empted the modern condition of not being able to stay in one place for very long, and I get frustrated with bands who stay still. Because then it does become a career.”