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2014/02/03


Last year Robert Smith revealed that the follow up to the Cure's last album -- 2008's 4:13 Dream -- was finished and sitting in his basement, and today the band announced via a press release that the album is coming out this year. The record is tentatively titled 4:14 Scream and was recorded around the same time as 4:13 Dream (this is not the new material Smith said he was working on last year with the band's latest line-up).  Along with the news of the band's 14th studio album comes word that a series of live concert DVDs will also be released soon. No further info was provided on the DVDs, however Smith mentioned a few times last year that the Cure would be releasing live DVDs in the future.

The Cure also confirmed they're heading back on the road this year to perform more of their classic albums in full. This time around, the Cure are going to play The Top, The Head On The Door, and Robert Smith's fave Cure album, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, in full. Dates for the trilogy tour have not yet been announced, but if 2011's Reflections tour is any indication, these gigs will likely be a string of multiple dates in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, and London, but let's hope the tour is more expansive this time! [Check out video from some Reflections gigs here].

The Cure previously announced they're performing at next month's Teenage Cancer Trust benefit shows in the U.K., though the charity gigs are not being billed as trilogy concerts.

Published on February 3rd, 2014 @ 5:06 PM