The Cure this morning announced its first North American tour in seven years, with plans to bring its “Shows of a Lost World” trek to the U.S. and Canada.
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Peter Gabriel today announced a North American tour in support of his forthcoming new studio album i/o, unveiling 12 dates in the U.S. and Canada.
Siouxsie continues to expand her 2023 live comeback with a quartet of newly announced festival appearances in the U.K., Spain, France and Belgium,
Violent Femmes are celebrating this year’s 40th anniversary of the band’s self-titled debut by playing the album in full on a spring tour.
Peter Murphy will resurface this spring for the first time since Bauhaus’s reunion tour imploded last summer when he joins the “Celebrating David Bowie” tour.
Depeche Mode today expanded its global tour in support of forthcoming album Memento Mori with a second North American leg this fall.
The Church today debuted the third single — the love song “No Other You” — off of its forthcoming 26th studio album The Hypnogogue.
U2’s long-rumored Las Vegas residency was confirmed Sunday evening via a Super Bowl commercial announcing “U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at the Sphere.”
Depeche Mode today debuted “Ghosts Again,” the first single off Memento Mori, the synthpop legends’ first new album in six years and the group’s first as a duo.
Duran Duran will embark on a 27-date North American tour this spring and summer in support of their most recent album The Future Past,.
Siouxsie today expanded her 2023 touring plans with a pair of additional concerts in the U.K., bringing to seven the total of live performances she has scheduled.
Skinny Puppy will mark its 40th anniversary this year with what the group is calling its final tour, a North American trek that will be supported by Lead Into Gold.
Al Jourgensen is taking Ministry back on tour this spring with a run of U.S. headlining dates this spring with Gary Numan and Front Line Assembly.