Album features material originally written for the Cure's 2008 album, "4:13 Dream"
The Cure's last studio album, "4:13 Dream," was originally supposed to be a double LP. Only half of that material saw the light of day on the 2008 Geffen release, though now the original project appears to on its way in its entirety.
Last month, the band announced plans to release a new album called "4:14 Scream," which was apparently recorded at the same time as its predecessor. In a blog post yesterday (April 1) on the Cure's official site, frontman Robert Smith expanded on those plans, in all their caps lock glory:
A LTD EDITION '4:26 DREAM' DOUBLE CD ALBUM OF 26 SONGS (ALL REMIXED) - IE. 'THE ORIGINAL 4:13 DREAM SESSIONS CONCEPT ALBUM' (INCLUDING THE 'INSTRUMENTALS WITH WORDS') - OF WHICH 10 TRACKS OR MORE WILL BE PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED…