Synopsis by Mark Deming
Evolving from doom-obsessed punks into one of the UK's most powerful hard rock bands, The Cult reformed to release their first album of new material in six years with 2001's Beyond Good and Evil, and the band hit the road hard to promote the set. The Cult: Music Without Fear -- Live Cult preserves the Los Angeles date on the U.S. leg of their tour, with Ian Astbury, Billy Duffy, Matt Sorum, Martyn Lenoble and Chris Wyse performing at full power despite their long layoff. The Cult: Music Without Fear -- Live Cult includes the songs "War (The Process)", "My Bridges Burn", "She Sells Sanctuary", "Fire Woman", "Edie (Ciao Baby)", "Love Removal Machine", "Lil' Devil", and nine more.
band [music group], hard-rock music, rock-music