[image-1]Veteran British rock band The Cult — known best for their radio hits “She Sells Sanctuary,” “Rain,” “Fire Woman,” and “Love Removal Machine” — headline this year’s Jägermeister Music Tour. They make a stop in Charleston at The Plex on Sat. Nov. 3 with support from Vietnam and Action Action. The tour coincides with the release of The Cult’s forthcoming release, Born Into This, due Oct. 2 on Roadrunner Records. Produced by Martin “Youth” Glover (a bassist-turned-producer, formerly of Killing Joke) It’s the band’s first new studio album since 2001. Singer Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy will be joined by drummer John Tempesta (of Testament and White Zombie), guitarist Mike Dimkitch, and bassist Chris Wyse.

[image-2]“The Cult is the perfect headlining band for the Jägermeister Tour because of their sound and image,” says Rick Zeiler, Director of Marketing and Brand Development for Jägermeister. “This band continues to produce great music while sticking to their roots of nonconformity. They go to the beat of their own drummer and so does Jägermeister.”