THE CULT: New Live Videos Posted Online

Three live video clips of THE CULT performing at the Vic Theater in Chicago, Illinois on Friday, March 17 have been posted online at YouTube.com:

"Lil Devil" (video)
"Brother Wolf" (video)
"Edie" (acoustic) (video)

THE CULT's "Return To Wild" tour is scheduled to run through March 26 in New York City. The band are rumored to be planning a number of European festival appearances in June/July, including the Super Bock Super Rock festival in Lisbon, Portugal (June 7) and the Volt Festival in Sopron, Hungary (July 5-8). Exact cities and dates are expected to be announced soon.

THE CULT's last album was 2001's "Beyond Good and Evil".

Despite the renewed THE CULT activity, vocalist Ian Astbury retains his membership in the current version of THE DOORS, known as RIDERS ON THE STORM, while guitarist Billy Duffy's other band, CIRCUS DIABLO, plans to release an album later this year.

THE CULT perform Tuesday night (Tuesday, March 21) in Buffalo, New York.

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