The Cult to release new album via RoadrunnerPosted on 05/06/07
Roadrunner Records announces the signing of The Cult, the influential UK group who have built an extensive global fan base with hits such as "She Sells Sanctuary", "Rain", "Wild Flower", "Love Removal Machine", "Edie", "The Witch" and "Rise". A new studio album, the first since 2001, is currently being recorded in London with producer Youth (Verve, Primal Scream), who will be adding final touches and mixing. The expected release date for the yet untitled album is September 25, 2007 and will be released in conjunction with The Cult’s imprint label, New Wilderness. The Cult, led by founding members vocalist Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy, will embark on a series of European arena shows with rock legends The Who starting June 5th.
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