Vancouver’s iconic Commodore Ballroom was packed full as the equally iconic rock band The Cult took to the stage. Touring in support of their 9th studio album, Choice Of Weapon, they played a mix of old and new to the great joy of the diehard crowd. The audience was out for a good time and were amped up to relive the heyday of The Cult’s classics like Rain, Fire Woman and She Sells Sanctuary. The British quintet sounded excellent and hardly their easy confidence on stage comes from years of experience on the road, their great energy transferred to the floor. The crowd was dancing, singing and screaming like it was 1987 and they were hearing Love Removal Machine for the first time. While it was short at just over an hour, the show flew by, with the vibe of the room lifting everyone into a frenzied amazing time.