Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Announces US Tour

posted January 23, 2013

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Announces US Tour

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club recently unveiled their sixth studio album, titled Specter At The Feast, is set for release March 19 on Abstract Dragon / Vagrant Records. The trio will be overseas during the week of release but are pleased to announce their first headline run in the U.S. since 2010, in support of Beat The Devil's Tattoo. The tour kick off April 22 in their original hometown of San Francisco at The Fillmore then heads east and stops in NYC at Terminal 5 on May 4 and winds back to the west with a final show in Los Angeles on June 1 at The Wiltern.  

Specter At The Feast has already garnered early praise from Rolling Stone who called it a "superb new album," while NPR crowned the rock 'n' roll pioneers "ones to watch in 2013" and called the album "more direct, more heartfelt and more honestly beautiful." 

The first single "Let The Day Begin" is actually a cover, and a thoughtful homage to beloved Michael Been of The Call, also Robert Been's father and honorary "fourth member" of BRMC. This song propelled The Call into mass consciousness when it reached #1 in the US on the mainstream Rock charts in 1989 and became their biggest crossover hit, thanks to the big arena-rock hook. The song embodies The Call's optimistic message and BRMC rip through the roaring track as if it was their own. The track is now streaming on Soundcloud and is available for free download on the band's site by signing up for the mailing list.


  • April 22 San Francisco, Calif.  The Fillmore
  • April 23 San Diego, Calif.   House Of Blues
  • April 26 Austin, Texas  Psych Fest
  • April 27 Dallas, Texas   House Of Blues
  • April 28 Houston, Texas  Warehouse Live
  • April 30 Atlanta, Ga.  Masquerade
  • May 1 Nashville, Tenn.   Cannery Ballroom
  • May 2 Boston, Mass.   House Of Blues
  • May 4 New York, N.Y.   Terminal 5
  • May 5 Philadelphia, Pa.   Theater of Living Arts
  • May 6 Washington, D.C.   9:30 Club
  • May 8 Montreal, QC.   Corona Theater
  • May 9 Toronto, ONT   Kool Haus
  • May 10 Detroit, Mich.   St. Andrew's Hall
  • May 11 Columbus, Ohio   Newport Music Hall
  • May 13 Indianapolis, Ind.  The Vogue
  • May 14 Milwaukee, Wisc.   Turner Hall
  • May 15 Madison, Wisc.   Barrymore Theater
  • May 17 Chicago, Ill.   Vic Theater
  • May 18 Minneapolis, Minn.   First Ave.
  • May 20 Denver, Colo.   Gothic Theater
  • May 21 Aspen, Colo.   Belly Up
  • May 24 Vancouver, BC   Commodore Ballroom
  • May 26 Portland, Ore.   Wonder Ballroom
  • May 27 Reno, Nev.   Knitting Factory
  • May 29 Tempe, Ariz.   The Marquee
  • May 30 Tucson, Ariz.   Rialto Theater
  • May 31 Las Vegas, Nev.   Vinyl at The Hard Rock Hotel
  • June 1 Los Angeles, Calif.   The Wiltern