BLACK REBEL MOTORCYLE CLUB – 7th Album ‘WRONG CREATURES’ Gets More Intense With Every Spin…

Weekly fuel to soundtrack your favorite 48 hours…

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Rock And Roll Is Dead’ is what many nitwits scream for years now. It’s a lie, it’s a myth, its nonsense. I have no clue at all why some still shout the same rubbish over and over again. If you love intoxicating guitar electricity, big anthemic choruses, cutting stories and the smell of exhilarating grooves in the morning you’ll know where and when to find it, on record and live on a stage, famous or up and coming. As long as genuine rock and roll survivors keep on making touching crackerjack music teenagers will be stimulated and inspired to pick up a guitar and hit a drum. One of those experienced teams – entering their 20th year – is BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB . After their boosting 2001 debut and their first ever gig in Belgium (2 March 2002) I became a fan, I still am. Not all of their records/songs were memorable, but I can easily fill an authentic Wurlitzer jukebox with monumental B.R.M.C strokes. Yesterday their seventh album, titled WRONG CREATURES, came out. There’s less firework than before (but still plenty enough to keep your speakers tremble), but more touching melodramas than ever. Like a real reflection of getting older.

More equilibrium, more emotional meditations that will affect hearts and souls. Overall
it’s a strikingly balanced longplayer. From electrifying steamrollers (Spook / King Of Bones / Little Thing Go Wild) to a string of wholehearted, amplified musings (Haunt / Echo / Ninth Configuration / Question Of Faith / Carried From The Start) all delivered with the vintage leather swagger we, fans, know so well. After only three spins I know two things for sure: 1/ I need another jukebox and 2/ Rock and Roll is eternal as it’s a most basic expression
of being human. Here we go…

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B.R.M.C.

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BLACK REBEL MOTORYCLE CLUB – Classic ‘WHATEVER HAPPENED TO MY ROCK N ROLL’ Live In Austin, Texas…

Memorable live performances…

23 November 2017


(photo: Turn Up The Volume! Brussels – 2014)

Last Tuesday one of the most genuine, most honest and most flamboyant rock gangs on
this troubled planet played Belgium again. Yes, BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB came
to play new album ‘Wrong Creatures’ and more in Antwerp. I had my ticket from the day
the concert was announced. But due to an endless, massive traffic jam – a truck lost his dangerous freight on the highway – I didn’t even arrived in Antwerp. From the moment
I realized I couldn’t be in time at all for the show I returned utterly disappointed back home. As I’ve seen B.R.M.C several times before I knew what I missed. Bloody bad luck,
for me and many other fans who experienced the same shit. To comfort us all here’s
their first ever big knockout from 2001 performed live in Austin, Texas in 2013…

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ALBUM
New album WRONG CREATURES out 12 January 2018 – all info here.

To Hell With Blue Mondays – Here’s… BLACK REBEL MOTORCYLCE CLUB

eekly firework to splinter Blue Mondays into a thousand pieces…

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In these times of newborn egoism, human intolerance and macho politics we need bands that spread harmonious excitement and show that the one & only manner of surviving is solidarity and love. And if you like that message being spread in a vitalizing and stimulating way on this blue Monday, then here’s the gang you definitely want to hear. LOUD & CLEAR!

Spread your love like a fever
And don’t you ever come down
Spread your love like a fever
And don’t you ever come down
I spread my love like a fever
I ain’t ever coming down

She gave me love like a big fire
I only saw it once
She spread her love like a fever
She’s bad, but not enough

(I’m so low)
Spread your love like a fever
(I’m so low)
And don’t you ever come down
(I’m so low)
Spread your love like a fever
(I’m so low)
And don’t you ever come down
I spread my love like a fever
I ain’t ever coming down

She spread her love like a big fire
I only saw it once
She gave me love like a sister
She’s bad, but not enough

(I’m so low)
Spread your love like a fever
(I’m so low)
And don’t you ever come down
(I’m so low)
Spread your love like a fever
(I’m so low)
And don’t you ever come down
I spread my love like a fever
I ain’t ever coming down

Spread your love like a fever
And don’t you ever come down
Spread your love like a fever
And don’t you ever come down
Spread your love like a fever (x 4)

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Spreading the right vibes in Brussels… (2014 – pics by Turn Up The Volume!)

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