A Duran Duran show set for Dec. 3 at the historic 2,000-capacity Lyceum Theatre in London's West End sold out in just five minutes after going on sale this morning, promoters AEG said today. The U.K. concert is in support of their new album, "Red Carpet Massacre."

The performance, the British pop-rock veterans' first on home soil in two years, replaces an earlier date planned for the Odeon Leicester Square, which officials canceled over concerns the London landmark would be swamped by onlookers.

The Lyceum performance will follow the formula of the band's recent residency of Broadway, where, during a stint at the 1,100-seat Ethel Barrymore Theatre, they played a mix of old and new works, plus an electro set.

The group are also booked to perform a special one-off concert Dec. 5 at Phoenix Park, Dublin, which forms part of the "Live At The Marquee Concert Series".

Duran Duran's latest album, the second through a recording contact with Epic, will land Monday at retail in Britain. Justin Timberlake and producers Timbaland and Nate "Danja" Hills have collaborated on the set, the band's 12 studio album since their eponymous debut in 1981 on EMI.