The Cure is working on first new album in 10 years

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The Cure frontman Robert Smith has confirmed that the goth icons have begun work on a new album, their first in over a decade.

Speaking to South Africa’s 5FM radio, Smith says that he and The Cure have “just started — we haven’t quite finished — recording our first new album in 10 years.”

The Cure’s most recent album is 2008’s 4:13 Dream.

Meanwhile, The Cure will be welcomed into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during this year’s induction ceremony, held March 29 in Brooklyn, New York. Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor will introduce the group.

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