BRMC get back to business, releasing new album and heading on tour
San Francisco rockers Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have announced the release of their sixth studio album, entitled Specter At The Feast.
In August 2010, the trio lost the unofficial fourth member of the band with the passing of Michael Been, bassist Robert Been's father. After taking a brief hiatus, BRMC looked back to their seminal debut B.R.M.C. to inspire them for their latest album.
"This record took a long time to pull together," Been stated. "I think we all reached the breaking point after our last tour and needed to step back for a bit. These songs brought us back to life and gave us a second chance. I've never been more excited to play an album live before. These songs were born to be loud."
The album was recorded at Foo Fighter Dave Grohl's studio in LA, which is not only featured in Grohl's upcoming documentary Sound City, but is also the same console that their debut album was recorded on.
Additionally, beginning March 24, the band will embark on a mini UK tour beginning in Manchester and ending March 30 in Leeds.
Specter At The Feast will be released March 18 through Abstract Dragon Records. For more information and full tour dates, head over to BRMC's website.
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