The Cure lines up US tour, new album

Posted June 25th, 2007 by eric

I just don’t know how to feel about Cure news at this point. For a band that started threatening to break up back in 1985, The Cure refuses to go away. When was the last great Cure record? 1989. That was almost 20 years ago. Not a good sign for things to come. The band’s 2004 self-titled record was rubbish on top of the fact that it was produced by a nu-metal fruitcake. The music can be decent, but Smith just can’t write lyrics anymore. Regardless, the band is trudging forward with another line-up change and its 13th, as-yet-untitled studio album due this fall on Geffen. A tour is already in place for the US and Canada.

Cure US tour dates:


13th – Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum

15th – Atlanta, GA Gwinnett Center

17th – Charlotte, NC Charlotte Bobcats Arena

19th – Washington DC Patriot Center

21st – Philadelphia , PA Wachovia Spectrum

23rd – New York, NY Madison Square Garden

25th – Boston, MA Agganis Arena

26th – Montreal, QC Bell Centre

27th – Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre

29th – Chicago, IL Allstate Arena


2nd – Denver, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre

4th – Salt Lake City, UT E Center

6th – San Francisco, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre – Download Festival

8th – Seattle, WA Key Arena

9th – Vancouver, BC General Motors Place

11th – Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl

13th – San Diego, CA Cox Arena

14th – Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl

16th – Houston, TX Toyota Center

17th – Dallas, TX American Airlines Center

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