Goth heroes to also perform more 'Trilogy' shows
Andrew Trendell
13:20 3rd February 2014

The Cure have announced the release of a brand new album, tentatively titled '4:14 Scream'.

The godfathers of goth's upcoming release is a follow-up to 2008's 4:13 Dream, and said to be recorded at the same time. 

The news was announced to celebrate the band selling out their upcoming gigs at London's Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust shows. It was also revealed that Robert Smith and co will be releasing a live concert DVD in the coming months, and will be performing another set of international 'Trilogy' style shows here they'll perform their classic albums The Top, The Head On The Door and Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me played live in their entirety.

Watch The Cure perform 'Friday I'm In Love' at Reading 2012 below

The band pulled off a similar feat in 2002 to critical acclaim when The Cure performed albums Pornography, Disintegration and Bloodflowers in full, and in 2011 when they played Seventeen Seconds, Faith and their debut Three Imaginary Boys.

The Cure will perform at London's Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust on 28 and 29 March. For more information visit Gigwise gig tickets

Below: Photos of The Cure, Graham Coxon and more live at Leeds Festival 2012