Following yesterday’s announcement that The Cure will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019, the buzz surrounding the timeless new wave rockers is strong. With an extensive European festival tour already on their calendar for 2019 (with more dates to be added soon), frontman Robert Smith has confirmed that a new album is in the works, marking their first in over a decade.The Cure has released thirteen studio albums since 1979, with their most recent being 4:13 Dream in 2008. The band gained commercial success with “Let’s Go to Bed” (1982), “Just Like Heaven” (1987), “Lovesong” (1989), and “Friday I’m in Love” (1992), and have sold tens of millions of records to date.In a recent interview with SiriusXM, Smith revealed the timeline for the pending album’s completion: “We’re going in about six weeks time to finish up what will be our first album in more than a decade. It’s very exciting times for us all around.”After curating the 2018 Meltdown Festival, which featured Nine Inch Nails, Death Cab For Cutie, Black Moth Super Rainbow, and more in London, Smith felt “inspired to do something new” after “seeing all these new bands.”You can listen to Robert Smith confirming a new album from The Cure in the audio clip below:[Audio: SiriusXM Entertainment]The Cure 2019 Tour Dates:03/16 – Joannesburg, SA @ Rock on the Lawns03/18 – Cape Town, SA @ Rock on the Lawns06/08 – Dublin, IE @ Malahide Castle06/13-15 – Nickelsdorf, AT @ Nova Rock Festival06/16 – Florence, IT @ Firenze Rocks06/21-23 – Schessel, DE @ Hurricane Festival06/21-23 – Neuhausen ob eck, DE @ Southside Festival06/24-26 – Zagreb, HR @ INmusic Festival06/28 – Werchter, BE @ Rock Werchter07/04 – Novi Sad, RS @ Exit Festival07/06 – Roskilde, DK @ Roskilde Festival07/11 – Lisbon, PT @ NOS Alive Festival07/12-13 – Madrid, ES @ Mad Cool Festival07/17 – Athens, GR @ Ejekt Festival07/18-20 – Ostrava, CZ @ Colours of Ostrava07/22 – Bucharest, RO @ Rock the City Festival08/03 – Moscow, RU @ Afisha Picnic08/07 – Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival08/09-11 – Helsinki, FI @ Flow Festival08/16 – Glasgow, UK @ Glasgow Summer Sessions08/23 – Paris, FR @ Rock en SeineView All Tour Dates[H/T CoS]
By Dialogo May 15, 2009 RIO DE JANEIRO, May 14, 2009 (AFP) – Press releases have reported that the last Brazilian Field Marshal died Wednesday at the age of 108 in a hospital in Rio de Janeiro due to health complications. Waldemar Levy Cardoso was the last living marshal – the highest Army rank – in the country after the position was abolished in 1967, only to be assigned to generals in case of war, and will be buried with highest military honors after his wake in Palacio de Caxias in Rio. Cardoso, who was admitted to the Central Hospital of the Army, was appointed to office in 1966 and participated in different Brazilian historical events, including the 1930 revolution that led to the presidency of Getulio Vargas, who served two terms (1930-1945 and 1951-1954). During the last military government (1964-1985), Cardoso was President of the National Oil Council, and during seven months of 1969 led the powerful state oil company known as Petrobras.
43 Molloy Cres, NomeTHIS just might be Townsville’s cheapest holiday home.Set in the idyllic Cleveland Palms fishing village in Nome this three-bedroom home has hit the market for $159,000.Selling agent Debbie Kratzmann from RE/MAX Excellence said while the home was too small for a family to base themselves in, it would make an affordable weekend abode.“It would be perfect for a couple or it would be perfect just as a weekend or holiday home for someone,” she said.“It’s not suitable for a family to live in permanently because it’s just too small.“It would probably be one of the cheapest holiday homes where you don’t have to catch a ferry. You can just drive down and it’s still so close to Townsville.”The cottage style home is set on 1067 sqm of land and has three bedrooms, one bathroom and kitchen and dining combined with a deck suitable for entertaining.The yard is fully fenced and also has a garden shed and double carport.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The suburb of Nome located 30km south of Townsville has a population of about 900 with the median age of residents 47.The suburb is popular with owner occupiers with only 8.7 per cent of residents being renters and nine properties have sold in the last 12 months up until the end of April according to the latest Core Logic figures. The Cleveland Palms estate is home to a tight-knit community and has an in-ground pool, tennis court and boat ramp.Ms Kratzmann said the home could be locked up and left with the estate having a locked gate at the entrance.“You’ve got great fishing at Alligator Creek,” she said.“There has been quite a bit happening at Cleveland Palms of late and it seems to be jumping ahead.”The home is open for inspection on Sunday from 10.30am to 11am. For more information call Debbie Kratzmann on 0414 829 337.