The mere mention of Christmas evokes such vivid imagery that it's risky referencing it in a non-Christmas song.
The Cure opened up the first of a three-night residency at London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo with a career-spanning, two-and-a-half-hour performance.
Prepare to see Robert Smith how you might never have seen him -- smiling.
Yes, that short-haired gentleman playing guitar without any makeup on in the above video is the Cure frontman Robert Smith.
The Cure, Franz Ferdinand and Alt-J are some of the artists who have signed on to a growing campaign designed to help improve concert-venue accessibility for disabled fans.
Last week, Riot Fest announced a tentative lineup for its Toronto stop.
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."
The Cure played an epic three-hour, 45-song set the other night filled with classics, rarities and a new song.
The Cure were on somewhat regular faces on MTV, especially in the early days, when the fledgling network had like a dozen videos and showed the same ones about nine times a day.