Released in 1985, Love was the band’s second album and features the now-famous Cult tunes “She Sells Sanctuary,” “Phoenix,” and “Brother Wolf, Sister Moon.” Along with playing the album from start to finish, the band also promises a spectacular production “along with the intense performances that fans have come to expect.”

“The band is redefining the live album experience with the Love Live Tour; nothing is comparable to witnessing The Cult, fully engaged in the live creation of arguably their seminal album,” said Cult manager Tom Vitorino. “For fans this will be the greatest tour yet, and for those just discovering The Cult, this staging will envelop them in a pure performance experience.”

Venues on the Love Live Tour range from the Street Festival in El Paso (July 4) to the 9:30 Club in D.C. (Sept. 9) to Royal Albert Hall in London (Oct. 10). Stops on the North American leg include Atlantic City July 11 at House of Blues; Los Angeles Aug. 22 at Nokia Theatre; Seattle Aug. 26 at the Moore Theatre; and Chicago Sept. 2 at House of Blues.

On the other side of the Atlantic look for the band to play Lisbon Coliseum Sept. 25; Madrid’s La Riviera Sept. 26 and Valencia’s Tingalo 2 Sept. 27. Other Euro stops include Zagreb (Sept. 30); Paris (Oct. 2); Copenhagen (Oct. 4); Leeds (Oct. 6); Edinburgh (Oct. 7); Wolverhampton (Oct. 8) and Amsterdam (Oct. 11).

You want tickets? Each venue will offer a limited amount of gold circle seats, otherwise expect about 95 percent of tickets for each show to average about $40 each.  For more information, please click here for The Cult’s Web site.