The Brian Jonestown Massacre is an American psychedelic rock band San Francisco, California, consisting of Anton Newcombe, Collin Hegna, Ricky Maymi, Daniel Allaire, Joel Gion, Rob Campanella and Ryan Van Kriedt.
Formed in 1988, the band released their debut album, ‘Spacegirl & Other Favorites’, in 1993, which they followed with ‘Methodrone’ in 1995, but it wasn’t until their fourth album, ‘Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request’ in 1996, that the band found their band. In 1997, the band released ‘Give It Back!’, which features on the documentary ‘Dig!’. Their latest release was 2017's 'Don't Get Lost'.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre tour North America before they reach Australia and New Zealand later in 2018. Then, they'll head to the UK in October following the June 1 release of brand new album ‘Something Else’. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Thu 2nd Mar 2017
With Anton Newcombe promising to “review the reviews” of ‘Don’t Get Lost’, the Brian Jonestown Massacre’s 16th full length release, it’s tempting to cower in the corner or heap it with praise without even hearing it. Alternatively, you could give it a single cursory listen and write it off as sheer self-indulgence, such is its eclectic nature. To do so would be a big mistake.
Wed 2nd Nov 2016
‘Third World Pyramid’ is the Brian Jonestown Massacre’s 15th full length in 21 years, but it’s all the stuff that emerges inbetween the band’s records that sets the seal on leader Anton Newcombe’s remarkably prolific creative drive.