Black Rebel Motorcycle Club ready for the road

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have revealed plans to hit the road this spring in support of their forthcoming album Specter at the Feast. The California-based rockers will make their way to Massachusetts for a show at Boston’s House of Blues on Friday, May 3. Tickets for the show are now on sale through Live Nation for $25. Opening the show will be Bass Drum of Death.

Specter at the Feast, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s seventh studio effort and first since 2010’s Beat The Devil’s Tattoo, is scheduled to hit stores on March 19. The first single “Let The Day Begin” is actually a cover and tribute to Michael Been of The Call, also bassist and singer Robert Been’s father. The honorary “fourth member” of BRMC suffered a fatal heart attack in 2010 while working as a sound engineer during the band’s tour of Europe. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s new rendition of “Let The Day Begin”, which was The Call’s biggest hit after reaching #1 on the mainstream Rock charts in 1989, is streaming below.

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