Above: Image of The Black Angels.
From deep in the heart of Texas, armed with the home-grown mantra “Turn On, Tune In, Drone Out,” The Black Angels ring real and rugged like a crimson full moon-lit night.
The Horrors burst onto the scene like the teenage mutant offspring of The New York Dolls and The Jesus and Mary Chain. They were a shock to the body-rock, doing everything rock n roll at its purest and prettiest is supposed to do– energise, excite, divide and polarise. The early Horrors shows were an explosive and vital reminder that great pop music is primarily made by the young, for the young.