Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to release live CD/DVD

'Live' set for release on November 16

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to release live CD/DVD
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are set to release a live CD and DVD package, 'Live', on November 16.

The package – two DVDs and one 14-track CD – was recorded over gigs in Berlin, Dublin and Glasgow in 2007, when they were touring their 'Baby 81' album.

Shot mainly in black and white, one DVD features behind-the-scenes tour footage as well as glimpses at the making of their 2005 album 'Howl'.

Meanwhile the band are currently working on their fifth studio album at the Station House studio in Hollywood. The record is the first with new drummer Leah Shapiro and is expected to be released in March. A spring UK tour is also planned.

The tracklisting of the 'Live' DVD is:

'Weapon Of Choice'
'Rise Or Fall'
'666 Conducer'
'Ain't No Easy Way'
'Weight Of The World'
'All You Do Is Talk'
'Red Eyes And Tears'
'As Sure As the Sun'
'America X'
'Spread Your Love'
'Love Burns'
'Dirty Old Town'
'Six Barrel Shotgun'
'Whatever Happened To My Rock And Roll (Punk Song)'
'Fault Line'
'Took Out A Loan'
'The Show Is About To Begin'
'Heart And Soul'

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