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There are 5 bands which have used the name Spectres:
1. Spectres is a ‘nu gazey noise’ 4-piece hailing from Bristol, UK. They draw their influence from acts such as The Jesus and Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine.
2. Spectres was a 4-piece screamo band from San Fransisco, California.
Spectres formed in 2005 and was originally called Maudlin.
Due to copyrights they were forced to change their name.
They became Spectres in early 2006 and broke up in 2008.
3. Spectres is a band from Vancouver Canada, their sound shares similarities with bands such as The Mob and Joy Division.

4.Spectres was also the name of the early line up which went on to become Status Quo.
5.A Progressive Melodic Death Metal band from San Jose, California formed in 2014

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  • cpme

    What a great album! O.O

    2 Jun 5:31pm Reply
  • victimofkratina

    how do i tell the shoegaze and postpunk one apart

    8 May 2:16am Reply
  • Bonelesss

    vote that shitty mainpic down. now!

    16 Apr 9:03am Reply
  • kalouas

    i have to say it's not very smart of them to pick this name if they are playing related genres. [2] I have no idea which Spectres I'm listening to. [2] and yes, a few days ago I saw the wrong band live... :P

    7 Apr 9:25am Reply
  • DjTimellis

    FCK RYL BLD!

    1 Apr 6:43pm Reply
  • mantaqueen

    Bristol ftw. AOTY so far. I know it is only February, but still.

    24 Feb 1:45am Reply
  • mattbellover

    Canadian post-punk is amazing. [9999999]

    17 Jan 8:01am Reply
  • da_Cyborg

    Currently listening to this one, who apparently *aren't* one of five bands called Spectres: https://respectres.bandcamp.com/releases

    3 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Reborn86

    Ghosts Of Revolution is a very good debut-album ( Spectres from San Jose, U.S.A. ) !

    26 Aug 2014 Reply
  • ticklishgio

    Screamo SF Spectres is sick. I recently bought Allegory of the cave/Spectres split 7" sounds fucking good

    30 Jun 2014 Reply
  • RISINGxDEATH

    nothing to nowhere, last days, split with arctic flowers etc. is vancouver spectres that hunger ep is bristol spectres, haven't heard it but i have to say it's not very smart of them to pick this name if they are playing related genres.

    4 Aug 2013 Reply
  • wretched-one

    Reminds me a lot like Crisis...which ain't a bad thing :)

    22 Jul 2013 Reply
  • MUFFINHEAD85

    Just randomly found out about you guys today. Fucking amazing.

    17 Jun 2013 Reply
  • just1idiot

    Guessing: Nothing to Nowhere - Vancouver Spectres Hunger - Bristol Spectres? Like the second one better, but they're both pretty good.

    22 May 2013 Reply
  • x_modern_way_x

    Haha! I was just thinking the same as the last comment!

    8 Mar 2013 Reply
  • MozzaC

    I have no idea which Spectres I'm listening to.

    31 Jan 2013 Reply
  • ainomiko

    Nothing to Nowhere is fantastic. Saw them play with Bellicose Minds and Belgrado recently, amazing lineup.

    11 Dec 2012 Reply
  • MeanEvil

    Nothing to Nowhere is brilliant!

    19 Nov 2012 Reply
  • AnalPizda11

    There's a fucking psychobilly band with this name? :( How fucking sad, since the screamo band Spectres are totally awesome, and psychobilly music totally isn't. [4]

    11 Aug 2012 Reply
  • NeroAsTheLife

    Spectres (the canadian ones) must be really a lot into Joy Division..the vocalist sounds a lot like Ian Curtis..and in songs like City Of Ghost it's impossible to don't think about them... btw,Last Days is really good! nothing that new,but still a really enjoyable tribute to the classics of english dark/post-punk (J.D.,Systers Of Mercy,New Model Army,Clan Of Ximox...) with a touch of (i guess) english anarcho/peace-punk (The Mob,Alternative,Zounds,early Chumbawamba,Karma Sutra,Dirt,Omega Tribe..)..Last Days was released in 2010..so i'm especting/hoping for something new (maybe with a more personal touch in their music) as soon as possible! : )

    11 Jun 2012 Reply
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