THE CULT's performance of the song "Wild Flower" on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" Friday night (Feb. 24) on the CBS-TV network has been made available for viewing at YouTube.com.The "Ferguson" appearance marked THE CULT's first official live performance with veteran hard rock/metal drummer John Tempesta (EXODUS, TESTAMENT, HELMET, WHITE ZOMBIE, ROB ZOMBIE), who was recruited earlier in the month after two auditions. Tempesta will be joining THE CULT principals Ian Astbury (vocals) and Billy Duffy (guitar), along with Chris Wyse (who performed on "Beyond Good and Evil", and has worked with Ozzy Osbourne and Jerry Cantrell since), on the band's upcoming tour, tagged "A Return To Wild", which will cover 19 cities launching at the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco on March 1 and winding up at Nokia Live in New York City.
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