Now here's another comeback to get excited about (or at least we hope so): The Cure will be returning with a new studio album (the first in six years, and the fourteenth of their career) later this year. The release is tentatively entitled 4:14 Scream, and, according to a press release, was recorded at the same time as 2008's 4:13 Dream.

Although not much information has been provided yet, the band plans to release it along with a series of live concert DVDs (dates still TBA), and they are also expected to give a couple of "Trilogy" style shows in late 2014, this time with Robert Smith and his mates performing The Top, The Head on the Door, and Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me in their entirety.

The Cure will also be appearing at this year's Teenage Cancer Trust benefit shows at London's Royal Albert Hall on March 28th and 29th.

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