Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Plugs In For New Album

After a musical detour toward acoustic blues and country on its 2005 set "Howl," California trio Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is veering back into electric guitar-driven rock for its fourth album. The-as-yet-untitled set is "maybe 80 or 90% done," principal member Peter Hayes tells, and is due in February or March via RCA.

Hayes says BRMC didn’t want to make an entire record full of the in-your-face, psychedelic rock found on 2003’s "Take Them On, On Your Own," so the group incorporated some of the more textured production elements from "Howl" as a balance. "Things open up and break down within the songs, a lot," he says. "There are some songs that are kind of groove-oriented, not so blues or country influenced."


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