The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Named in tribute to the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist and his influence in introducing Eastern culture into the world of Western rock and roll, The Brian Jonestown Massacre have made some of the most exciting underground music in America since the sixties. Formed in 1990 in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, The Brian Jonestown Massacre is very much an amalgamation of that city’s past and present musical forces.

Some 40 different members have passed through the group’s ranks since it’s inception, but the heart of the BJM is the ragged determinism of Anton Newcombe — producer, songwriter, guitarist, singer and the group’s primary creative force.

Having now reach legendary status due to their part in the classic ‘Dig’ film and the band’s constant touring, Division have promoted a series of reissues for the band alongside their live schedule and look forward to working their new album ‘My Bloody Underground’ early 2008.