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New Order unveils spring U.K. tour, confirms European summer festival appearances

New Order unveils spring U.K. tour, confirms European summer festival appearances

New Order — Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert , 2000s-era guitarist Phil Cunningham and Bad Lieutenant bassist Tom Chapman — continues to expand its 2012 touring plans, today announcing a four-date U.K. tour this spring in addition to its first confirmed European summer festivals.

New Order adds Sydney, Melbourne headlining dates to Australian tour

New Order adds Sydney, Melbourne headlining dates to Australian tour

The reunited New Order — Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert , 2000s-era guitarist Phil Cunningham and Bad Lieutenant bassist Tom Chapman — has added headlining dates in Melbourne and Sydney to its March tour of Australia. Additionally, New Order is set to play New Zealand on Feb. 27.

New Order reportedly set to perform at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival in March

New Order reportedly set to perform at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival in March

The reunited New Order — featuring keyboardist Gillian Gilbert, but not bassist Peter Hook — apparently will perform in the U.S. for the first time in nearly seven years next March as part of the lineup of the electro-centric Ultra Music Festival in Miami.

New Order to headline Australia’s 5-city Future Music Festival in March

New Order to headline Australia’s 5-city Future Music Festival in March

New Order is headed Down Under in the new year, having just been announced as one of the headliners next March of Australia’s traveling Future Music Festival, which also will feature performances by acts including Swedish House Mafia, Fatboy Slim, Skrillex and Aphex Twin.

New Order delays release of ‘Lost Sirens’ outtakes set, will play Australia in 2012

New Order delays release of ‘Lost Sirens’ outtakes set, will play Australia in 2012

New Order apparently has pushed back the release of ‘Lost Sirens’ — an eight-track CD/LP package featuring material left over from the recording sessions for 2005 swan song ‘Waiting for the Sirens’ Call’ — from mid-December until March 19, according to an updated listing posted by Amazon.co.uk.

Joy Division ‘+-’ 7-inch singles box to be reissued as 10-disc CD set next month

Joy Division ‘+-’ 7-inch singles box to be reissued as 10-disc CD set next month

The limited-edition Joy Division box set comprised of 10 newly remastered 7-inch singles that was released late last year is being reissued next month — this time on compact disc, collecting ‘CD replicas of 10 singles presented in a beautiful clamshell box.’

New Order set to release ‘Lost Sirens’ — 8 outtakes from last album — in December

New Order set to release ‘Lost Sirens’ — 8 outtakes from last album — in December

As Peter Hook first revealed to Slicing Up Eyeballs in August, the since-reunited New Order will release the songs left over from 2005 swan song ‘Waiting for the Sirens’ Call’ — in an eight-track CD/LP package called ‘Lost Sirens’ that is due to be released in December by Rhino Records.

New Order to play London’s Troxy in December; first U.K. concert in 5 years

New Order to play London’s Troxy in December; first U.K. concert in 5 years

Following the success of its two sold-out benefit gigs in Brussels and Paris, the reunited New Order — with keyboardist Gillian Gilbert back in the fold, but without departed bassist Peter Hook — today announced its first London concert in five years.

New Order’s early performances chronicled in new photo book ‘From Heaven to Heaven’

New Order’s early performances chronicled in new photo book ‘From Heaven to Heaven’

A new book called ‘From Heaven to Heaven: New Order Live — The Early Years (1981-1984) at Close Quarters’ will chronicle 3½ years on the road with the pioneering electronic-rock act via 400 previously unpublished photos, 200 images of rare memorabilia and the memories of author Dec Hickey, who attended each of those shows.

Video: New Order reunites in Brussels with Gillian Gilbert, without Peter Hook (setlist)

Video: New Order reunites in Brussels with Gillian Gilbert, without Peter Hook (setlist)

New Order reunited on stage tonight in Brussels for its first concert in five years, the first of two planned European charity gigs that find the dormant group performing without long-feuding bassist Peter Hook — but with keyboardist Gillian Gilbert for the first time in a decade. See video here.

New Order taps Peter Saville to design charity posters for next week’s reunion concerts

New Order taps Peter Saville to design charity posters for next week’s reunion concerts

New Order has commissioned Factory Records graphic artist Peter Saville to design a pair of posters — based on his classic Substance album cover — for the reunited group’s European charity concerts next week in support of longtime band associate Michael Shamberg, who is fighting a ‘debilitating illness.’

Peter Hook: New Order planning U.S. tour, reuniting ‘for financial reasons mainly’

Peter Hook: New Order planning U.S. tour, reuniting ‘for financial reasons mainly’

Peter Hook continues to lash out at his former bandmates, saying he wants to ‘fuck New Order over in any possible way I can’ and that he believes the band — which is reuniting without him for a pair of European charity gigs — is now planning to mount a full American tour as well.

Peter Hook: ‘New Order without Peter Hook is like Queen without Freddie Mercury’

Peter Hook: ‘New Order without Peter Hook is like Queen without Freddie Mercury’

Peter Hook this morning called New Order’s surprise decision to reunite without him ‘very sad,’ saying ‘the other three’ didn’t tell him they’d decided to play two October concerts — and that, ultimately, ‘everyone knows New Order without Peter Hook is like Queen without Freddie Mercury, U2 without The Edge, Sooty without Sweep!’

New Order to reunite — without Peter Hook — for October concerts in Paris, Brussels

New Order to reunite — without Peter Hook — for October concerts in Paris, Brussels

Five years after splitting up, New Order will reunite — with a lineup featuring keyboardist Gillian Gilbert, but not bassist Peter Hook — for a pair of live shows this October in Paris and Brussels to benefit ailing artist and film producer Michael Shamberg.