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The Cure will release a new album, '4:14 Scream,' this year

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Legendary band The Cure have announced they will release will their next album tentatively titled “4:14 Scream,” a play on words off the title of their 2008 record “4:13 Dream,” this year. The new LP is scheduled to come out in the next few months.

The band also plan on releasing a concert DVD at the same time, according to The Guardian. The Cure is said to be planning more “Trilogy” shows, similar to the Reflections tour they embarked on back in 2011, for later in the year. Hopefully, The Cure will swing by Chicago this year for those who missed them at Lollapalooza.

The Cure is getting ready for a pair of shows next month in England for the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit organized by The Who's Roger Daltry. The show sold out within minutes of its announcement. For more on The Cure visit their official website.

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