The Cult is for “rockers, ravers, lovers and sinners”. Yes, that about sums it all up. The British rockers are continuing their 2010 tour, Love Live Tour. This tour is propped up by releases Capsule and Capsule 2: New Blood, Deep Cuts. The Cult at House of Blues with The Black Riders, Nov 15, doors at 7pm. There was a section in time in 1985 where post-punk led into Goth, the “paisley underground” was still patting itself on the back and hair metal has just begun trying on their leopard spandex. This year was an undisputable transition in music, however there was one record on every hipster’s turntable, The Cult’s Love. Despite the numerous great, some not, albums The Cult released over the past 25 years, Love is still a huge fan favorite. A quick check of the internet reveals that this tour will go heavy on Love material. The Cult has been known to perform albums in their entirety, however this proves difficult with such a huge catalog at their fingertips. One could argue that while you can time your bathroom breaks with full album performances, it’s hard to get excited for the next song. However, The Cult had a moment of transition, where it metamorphosed from its Gothy post-punk roots into a leaner, aggressive arena rock act. It is entirely possible to have missed The Cult’s Club Nokia gig last summer, but make it a point to not miss this tour. The Love Live Tour conveniently coincided with the band’s release of the four disc Omnibus. It was also a tour in which they were rumored to be performing the Love cd in its entirety, the encore switched it up with some random works.