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
The Post-Punk / New Wave Super Friends is an illustrated series by Brazilian designer Butcher Billy that sees him transplant a bunch of his favourite post punk and new wave musicians, including Johnny Rotten, Ian Curtis, Morrissey, Robert Smith, Billy Idol and more, into the world of DC Comics. The prohect examines ideas surrounding our
The stellar line-up for Lollapalooza 2013 has been confirmed today after the details of Chicago’s favourite festival were leaked last week, and we still look set for The Cure and Nine Inch Nails to headline the 3-day event, which will also feature Mumford & Sons, New Order, Queens of the Stone Age and The Postal
It has now been confirmed by The Chicago Tribune that a mysterious event poster for this year’s Lollapalooza festival is in fact legit.
With Glastonbury having released their line-up for 2013, here’s another exotic music festival to envy – Fuji Rock have added some impressive names to their already star-studded line-up, with The Cure, Skrillex and Jurassic 5 joining the bill. Other quality acts added to Fuji Rock 2013 earlier in the month include Grammy winners Mumford &
Green Day has given punters one hell of a surprise at the Reading Festival by doing an unscheduled performance in one of the festival’s tents over the weekend. BBC Online reports that punters scrambled inside the BBC1/NME tent at the festival to watch the American punksters play at the festival for the first time since they
A 70-minute webcast covering the first half of The Cure‘s appearance at Germany’s Southside Festival is now available to stream. The webcast covers the first 14 songs of the band’s 28-song set at the festival – which is one of several the band are doing during the European summer. In the coming months, they’ll be
In what is one of the more upsetting stories of today, UK alternative rock band, The Cure, have announced that they have no plans to release any new material. The band were just announced as headliners of this year’s Leeds/Reading Festival amongst a selection of others, but it seems that while on tour they won’t
One of the UK’s biggest festivals, Leeds & Reading has unveiled its 2012 lineup. The lineup, featuring headliners such as Foo Fighters, The Cure and the standard British festival act Kasabian, will play across the August Bank Holiday (24th – 26th August).
On Tuesday, we suggested The Cure would possibly headline Splendour In the Grass 2012 following the announcement the band would headline a number of festivals in Europe throughout June.
Could The Cure be returning to our shores for SITG 2012?
The Cure headlined the Bestival 2011 installment of Bestival and keyboardist Roger O’Donnell rejoined the band for a massive 32-song set. Now the Cure have announced via their website that they will release the entire recorded performance on a new live CD.
The Cure have wowed Sydney audiences this week with their special Vivid performances playing their first three albums Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds and Faith. A DVD of the performance is due out later this year but until then fans who were at the concert have posted videos which are surprisingly ok quality. We’ve included
Both performances of Reflections by The Cure as part of Vivid Festival have sold out in less than 5 mins today. Seeing The Cure play in a venue like the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall would be a wet dream for most cure fans, add to that the band have planned to play their first
As was confirmed a few days ago, The Cure have been announced on the Vivid LIVE line up. But another surprise will be that the band are playing their first 3 albums Three Imaginary Boys (1979), Seventeen Seconds (1980), Faith (1981) in full live on May 31st with a repeated show on June 1st. This