THE CULT: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

October 1, 2007

THE CULT's entire new album, "Born into This", is available for streaming at AOL Music.

Due on October 2 in North America via New Wilderness/Roadrunner, "Born into This" was was recorded in London with producer Youth (VERVE, PRIMAL SCREAM).

Roadrunner Records will release a special two-disc "savage edition" of THE CULT's new album, "Born into This", featuring five bonus tracks and a sticker. Check out the cover artwork at this location.

An e-card for "Born into This" — full of desktops, IM icons, video, and audio — can be accessed at this location.

THE CULT will headline the fall 2007 installment of the hugely popular Jagermeister Music Tour. The trek kicks off on October 17 and runs through mid-December. The bill will be rounded out by VIETNAM, THE CLIKS, and ACTION ACTION.

A video interview with THE CULT, conducted on June 24, 2007 at the Coke Live Festival in Bucharest, Romania, has been posted at Video footage of THE CULT's performance at the festival can be seen here.

THE CULT's current touring lineup includes principals Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy alongside bassist Chris Wyse, drummer John Tempesta (ex-WHITE ZOMBIE, TESTAMENT, EXODUS, HELMET) and rhythm guitarist Mike Dimkich.

THE CULT performing acoustic version of the song "Edie (Ciao Baby)" on June 10, 2007 in Torino, Italy:

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