Happy Friday 😉
So. Many. Live. Debuts.
And it’ll be livestreamed!
“This is why Robert Smith is God”
UM YES PLEASE.
Performing their iconic album ‘Disintegration’ in full!
“Every song on the album feels like the soundtrack to someone’s life.”
‘Boys’ meets ‘Boys Don’t Cry’.
Boys Do Cry.
“Not even the most hardline goth could deny the joy that comes with a show like this.”
Who won’t you be missing?
The Cure for your Monday-itis
A headline arena tour for this July!
It’s finally here!
Punk and alt rock extravaganza Riot Fest has revealed hugely impressive lineups for its Chicago and Denver festivals, which once again has many of us seething at our unavoidable geographical handicap. Key players on this year’s bill include the incomparable The Cure, Jane’s Addiction, The National, Rise Against, Slayer and the Wu-Tang Clan. Celebrating its
The Cure frontman Robert Smith has taken to his official website to clear up comments he made over the weekend to Britain’s XFM, in which he labelled the band’s forthcoming album, 4:14 Scream, “a bit of a sore point.” In the missive, Smith reveals that three Cure albums are in the works. Speaking to XFM
Earlier this year it was reported that The Cure would likely release a new album in 2014, “tentatively” titled 4:14 Scream, recorded at the same time as 2008′s 4:13 Dream. However, in a recent interview, frontman Robert Smith expressed reservations about the project, calling it “a bit of a sore point”. “We’re in a weird
The Cure have revealed they will release their 14th studio album, “tentatively” titled 4:14 Scream, sometime in 2014. The prolific Brit band also announced a new “trilogy”-style live show in which they will perform three albums in full. The new record follows The Cure’s 2008 release 4:13 Dream and was reportedly recorded at the same