Duran Duran today announced their new album Danse Macabre, a Halloween-inspired collection that includes three new songs and covers.
Tag: Siouxsie and the Banshees
The musical project that The Cure’s Lol Tolhurst and Budgie of Siouxsie and the Banshees and The Creatures first announced in 2020 is finally seeing the light of day.
Check out a series of images by concert photographer Jason Zinn of Siouxsie’s very rare live set at the Cruel World festival on Sunday night.
Siouxsie made her triumphant return to the concert stage for the first time in a decade Wednesday night in Brussels, performing a 17-song set.
Siouxsie today announced she’ll play her first concert in London in more than a decade, expanding to 15 the number of shows she’ll perform this year.
Siouxsie continues to expand her 2023 live comeback with a quartet of newly announced festival appearances in the U.K., Spain, France and Belgium,
Siouxsie and the Banshees’ fifth studio album, 1982’s A Kiss in the Dreamhouse, will receive a new vinyl pressing for Record Store Day in the U.K.
Siouxsie today announced three rare concerts in Europe this May ahead of her appearances at the Cruel World festival and the UK’s Latitude Festival this summer.
Wayne Hussey has enlisted current and former members of The Cure, Depeche Mode, The Cult, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Bauhaus and The Smiths for an all-star remake of The Mission’s 1988 anthem “Tower of Strength” to benefit “key workers dealing with COVID-19 globally.” Full details right here.
Two key drummers of the early post-punk era — The Cure’s Lol Tolhurst and Budgie of Siouxsie and the Banshees and The Creatures — have formed a new band called LXB that could release its already-recorded debut album before the end of this year, the two announced during an interview on Sirius XM’s Volume.
Here at Slicing Up Eyeballs HQ, we’ve been fans of Chris Molanphy’s deeply nerdy chart-history podcast “Hit Parade” since its debut in 2017. But the latest episode — the “Lost and Lonely Edition,” which charts the slow rise to U.S. hit-making status by The Cure, Depeche Mode and New Order — was practically made for us.
Drummer Andy Anderson, who played in The Glove with Robert Smith and the Banshees’ Steven Severin then joined The Cure and played on that band’s 1984 album The Top, died Tuesday, just nine days after informing fans that he had a terminal Stage-4 cancer diagnosis.
Drummer Andy Anderson, who joined The Cure after Lol Tolhurst moved to keyboards and played on the band’s 1984 album The Top, revealed on Facebook this week that he has Stage 4 cancer, a terminal diagnosis that there is “no way of returning back from.” Read his full statement here.