Robert Smith and the Cure kicked off their North American tour with the first performances of "Step Into the Light" and "It Can Never Be the Same."
Following up their relatively mainstream 1992 album, 'Wish,' Robert Smith and the Cure returned in 1996 with an eclectic but uneven batch of sonic experiments.
Bringing darkness to pop (or the other way around), U.K. post-punks Siouxee and the Banshees simultaneously became goth icons and dance club sensations.
Before Robert Smith bought all the spooky make-up, the Cure found a gloomy and atmospheric sound that put them on a path to post-punk superstardom.
Scottish post-punk outfit the Twilight Sad have a very special superfan: the Cure’s Robert Smith.
Artist Butcher Billy reimagines New Wave and post-punk icons like Morrissey as Marvel superheroes and the results are awesome.
In one of the most blatant offenses against Internet etiquette in history, the Cure singer Robert Smith smashed his Caps Lock button into his computer while responding to a poor review of a recent live performance by the band.
Forever sad Robert Smith, frontman for The Cure, said the working title of their upcoming album, '4:14 Scream,' is "...one of those reverse psychology things, where it’s so bad it’s good."
Smashing Pumpkins ringleader Billy Corgan has said some wild things throughout his career. From feuds with Courtney Love to claiming rock has been taken over by "posers," the alt-rock royalty has never been one to sugarcoat what comes out of his mouth. Even with that said, Corgan's recent comments about the Cure frontman Robert Smith seems hard to believe.