Alle concerten van of festivals met The Cult

Totaal aantal bezochte concerten en/of festivaldagen met The Cult: 1

27-10-1989Video's van Aerosmith op 27-10-1989 in RijnhalAerosmith setlistThe Cult setlistRijnhalThois

Locatie(s) The Cult:

Topnummers van The Cult op Spotify

Albums van The Cult:

Under The Midnight Sun (2022)

Hidden City (2016)

Choice of Weapon (2012)

Love (Expanded Edition) (2009)

Born Into This (Special Edition) (2007)

Born Into This (2007)

Beyond Good and Evil (2001)

Dreamtime (Live at The Lyceum) (1996)

The Cult (1994)

Live Cult - Marquee London MCMXCI (1993)

Ceremony (1991)

Sonic Temple 30th Anniversary (1989)

Sonic Temple (1989)

Electric (1987)

Love (1985)

Dreamtime (1984)

Geplande optredens van The Cult

DatumLocatiePlaats en land
wo 14 juni 2023THE CULT - LIVE IN BELGIUMBrussels, Belgium
do 15 juni 2023THE CULT- LIVE IN STUTTGARTStuttgart, Germany
zo 18 juni 2023THE CULT LIVE IN PUGLIA, ITALYTaranto, Italy
wo 21 juni 2023THE CULT LIVE IN MADRIDMadrid, Spain
do 22 juni 2023THE CULT- LIVE IN BARCELONABarcelona, Spain
zo 25 juni 2023THE CULT- LIVE IN SWITZERLANDLausanne, Switzerland
di 27 juni 2023THE CULT- LIVE IN BUDAPESTBudapest, Hungary
do 29 juni 2023THE CULT- LIVE IN SERBIAKragujevac, Serbia
vr 30 juni 2023THE CULT - LIVE IN CROATIAZagreb, Croatia
za 1 juli 2023THE CULT - LIVE IN ITALYPordenone, Italy
di 4 juli 2023THE CULT - LIVE IN CARDIFFCardiff, United Kingdom
wo 5 juli 2023THE CULT - LIVE IN HALIFAXHalifax, United Kingdom
do 6 juli 2023THE CULT- LIVE IN SCARBOROUGH-UKScarborough, United Kingdom
do 5 oktober 2023THE CULT - LIVE AT AFTERSHOCK FESTIVALSacramento, United States
di 17 oktober 2023THE CULT - LIVE IN SARATOGA, CASaratoga, United States

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Biography van The Cult

The Cult are an English rock band formed in 1983 in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Before settling on their current name in January 1984, the band performed under the name Death Cult, which was an evolution of the name of lead singer Ian Astbury's previous band Southern Death Cult. They gained a dedicated following in the United Kingdom in the mid-1980s as a post-punk/gothic rock band, with singles such as "She Sells Sanctuary", before breaking into the mainstream in the United States in the late 1980s establishing themselves as a hard rock band with singles such as "Love Removal Machine". Since its initial formation in 1983, the band have had various line-ups; the longest-serving members are Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy, who are also the band's two songwriters. The Cult's debut studio album Dreamtime was released in 1984 to moderate success, with its lead single "Spiritwalker" reaching No. 1 on the UK Indie Chart. Their second studio album, Love (1985), was also successful, charting at No. 4 in the UK and including singles such as "She Sells Sanctuary" and "Rain". The band's third album, Electric (1987), launched them new heights of success, also peaking at No. 4 in the UK and charting highly in other territories, and spawned the hit singles "Love Removal Machine", "Lil' Devil" and "Wild Flower". On that album, The Cult supplemented their post-punk sound with hard rock; the polish on this new sound was facilitated by producer Rick Rubin. After moving to Los Angeles, California, where the band has been based for the remainder of their career, The Cult continued the musical experimentation of Electric with its follow-up album Sonic Temple (1989), which marked their first collaboration with Bob Rock, who would produce several of the band's subsequent albums. Sonic Temple was their most successful album to that point, entering the Top 10 on the UK and US charts, and included one of the band's most popular songs "Fire Woman". By the time of their fifth album Ceremony (1991), tensions and creative differences began to surface among the band members. This resulted in the recording sessions for Ceremony being held without a stable lineup, leaving Astbury and Duffy as the only two official members left, and featuring support from session musicians on bass and drums. The ongoing tension had carried over within the next four years, during which they released one more studio album, The Cult (1994), and called it quits in 1995. The Cult reformed in 1999 and released their seventh album Beyond Good and Evil two years later. The commercial failure of the album and resurfaced tensions led to the band going back on hiatus in 2002. They resumed activity in 2006, and have since released three more studio albums: Born into This (2007), Choice of Weapon (2012), and Hidden City (2016). According to music critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine, the band fuse a "hardcore punk revivalist" sound with the "pseudo-mysticism ... of the Doors and Uriah Heep and the guitar-orchestrations of Led Zeppelin and The Cure ... while adding touches of post-punk goth rock". In 1985 Astbury said, "Our music is just melodies and guitars. We're like Big Country and U2, only better!". On August 15, 2020, Duffy announced on his Twitter that the band were recording a new album with producer Tom Dalgety at Rockfield Studios, where The Cult had recorded their debut album Dreamtime 36 years earlier. The Cult is also the name of a Las Vegas funk group that recorded one album in 1976, an Australian psych rock band that released one single in 1965, a UK punk band that released one 7" in 1980 and a garage rock band (featuring Allan Springfield of Chelsea Beige) that released two singles in 1965 and 1966. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.