BRMC are back.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
While The Brian Jonestown Massacre finally consummated their love affair with oblivion before a deflating comeback, and The Dandy Warhols never quite shake the stench of anticlimax from their post-Bohemian output, neo-psych cohorts Black Rebel Motorcycle Club resolved to be the grindstone kids. Revelling in the gypsy life while maintaining a ‘necessary evil’ attitude towards
The show is now back on the road for would-be Harvest 2013 participants Black Rebel Motorcycle Club who have today announced the revised itinerary for their Australian return. The band will still be rocking up in November but will instead spend their time in the Australia performing a run of headlining shows after Harvest 2013
Details for their Australian tour “will be announced shortly”…
Making rock and roll has always been a joyous affair for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. As much as they’d like to posture otherwise, they never quite had the cocksure fuck-em-all bearing of their beloved Jesus and Mary Chain. Though ironically, BRMC’s music was devoid of all of the Mary Chain’s syrupy, fuzzy warmness. Instead, BRMC
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have released a new track that goes by the title of Let The Day Begin, a cover of a song with a strong personal connection to the band. As reported by Anti-Quiet, the new song is the lead single from the band’s 7th studio album A Specter At The Feast, due
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have taken to the group’s official Facebook to confirm to fans that they can indeed expect a new release from the band this year. The 7th album from B.R.M.C will be released this coming March. Information on the album, dubbed Specter at the Feast, is scarce at this point in time,
It’s official: doctors are prescribing too much Ritalin. The attention surplus inside the Billboard tonight is ridiculous. It’s a crowd whose good time is directly equivalent to how cool they look. My friends have their fun; they jump, they dance, they wail, they have their ball. Then they have drinks poured over their heads by
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have just announced national tour dates to coincide with their appearance at Splendour in the Grass in July.
Reading an interview with Robert Levon Been in the mid-2000s, I was disturbed by a certain remark he made regarding Nine Inch Nails. He mentioned not only liking the band but at some point, if his band ever gets that big, getting a stage set up like NIN had at the time. After minor heart