Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has been churning out a steady stream of bluesy / stoner-rock throughout the 2000’s and they don’t seem to be showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. They just released their seventh album Specter At The Feast and one of the best cuts, “Let The Day Begin”, is actually a cover from 1989 by The Call.
BRMC manages to pay the original great homage while still putting their own spin on things and making it much less… well… 80’s sounding. The track comes barreling out of the gates with a driving set of drums while Robert Levon Been raises his glass to as many people as he can before Peter Hayes digs in and lets his guitar go screaming into the night.[audio http://www.what-else-is-there.com/weit/2013/Black%20Rebel%20Motorcycle%20Club%20-%20Let%20The%20Day%20Begin.mp3]