records in ages ******" Time Out


"Thrilling *****" The Guardian


"Sadistic glee - Debut Album Of The Month" ****" Uncut


"This album is all instant wins and winning instances - Album of the

fortnight *****" Artrocker


"High-excitement psycho-rock ****" Mojo


"Impassioned *****" The Independent


"Thank goodness for The Horrors...a life-affirming debut ****" The

Observer


"A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia"

The Times


"One of Britain's best young bands ****" Daily Mail


"11 venomous tales from the crypt ****" Observer Music Monthly


"An instant classic 10/10" Vice


"A strong debut...psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife" NME


"If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist" The Times


"Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time" Music

Week



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SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

SPECIAL GUESTS AND DJS
The Coronet
Friday 13 April 2007

£10.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEHORRORS, WWW.THEHORRORS.CO.UK

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.
THE HORRORS, who bonded over a shared obsession with obscure Sixties garage vinyl, channel their wildest crate-digging fantasies into venomous tales from the crypt. As they play a live set of swamp drenched reverb laden, country blues, rockabilly, retard punk action that sounds like the birthday party playing tav falco and panther burns while being devoured by vampires… 

“One of the most inventive, exciting and downright amazing guitar

records in ages ******” Time Out

“Thrilling *****” The Guardian

“Sadistic glee – Debut Album Of The Month” ****” Uncut

“This album is all instant wins and winning instances – Album of the

fortnight *****” Artrocker

“High-excitement psycho-rock ****” Mojo

“Impassioned *****” The Independent

“Thank goodness for The Horrors…a life-affirming debut ****” The

Observer

“A nigh-on perfect example of timeless, uncommercial garage-psychedelia”

The Times

“One of Britain’s best young bands ****” Daily Mail

“11 venomous tales from the crypt ****” Observer Music Monthly

“An instant classic 10/10” Vice

“A strong debut…psyched garage rock runs through this like blood down

a knife” NME

“If John Peel broadcast from beyond the grave, this would be on his

playlist” The Times

“Strange House is a riot of psych organs and fuzzed up guitars,

resulting in one of the most startling debuts in quite some time” Music

Week







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