True to their name, British rock group The Horrors have released a skin-crawling music video for their song 'Machine.'
A montage of eight (or more)-legged insects and slimy worm-like critters, this video is the stuff of nightmares. But it's hard to look away.
The band's eerie, guitar-driven single is off their upcoming album V, out September 22.
The Horrors are appearing in Dublin's Tivoli Theatre on October 17. Tickets available here.
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