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Kingblind Ticket Giveaway (The Horrors) is giving away a pair of tickets to see The Horrors on June 20th at The Crocodile Cafe in Seattle, WA. To win tickets just send an email with THE HORRORS in the subject line and your name and address in the body of the message to kingblind(at) and we will randomly pick a winner.

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Video for “Count in Fives”:

About The Horrors::
With influences that include Edward Gorey, Screaming Lord Sutch, Joe Meek, and the Cramps, the Horrors craft a grimy, goth-tinged kind of punk rock that’s almost as campy as it is catchy. The big-haired, black-clad quintet — which features singer Faris Badwan, bassist Tomethy Furse, guitarist Joshua Von Grimm, drummer Coffin Joe, and keyboardist Spider Webb — 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, in spring 2006. The buzz around the band reached a peak that summer, with the Horrors DJing at the Troubled Minds club night, having to reschedule in-store appearances because of crowd concerns and releasing their second single, Death at the Chapel. They also reissued =Sheena Is a Parasite as a limited-edition DVD single. The song’s startling video was directed by Chris Cunningham and featured actress Samantha Morton as Sheena. Late that summer, the band signed to Stolen Transmission in the U.S. and released a self-titled EP that fall. They also issued the Count in Fives single in the U.K. around that time. The Gloves single arrived early in 2007, heralding the release of the Horrors’ full-length debut, Strange House, which arrived in the U.K. that March and in the U.S. in May.

Catch The Horrors on Tour::
June 4 Luna Lounge Brooklyn, NY
June 5 The Fillmore at Irving Plaza New York City, NY
June 7 Paradise Boston, MA
June 8 Rocknroll Hotel Washington DC
June 9 Northstar Philadelphia,PA
June 10 Petite Campus Montreal, QUE
June 11 Mod Club Toronto, ONT
June 12 Grog Shop Cleveland, OH
June 14 The Abbey Pub Chicago, IL
June 15 Triple Rock Minneapolis, MN
June 18 El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, CA
June 19 Popscene/330 Ritch San Francisco, CA
June 20 Crocodile Seattle, WA