My Bloody Underground (2008)
The Brian Jonestown Massacre is an American musical outfit led by frontman Anton Newcombe. It was formed in San Francisco in 1990.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre was formed by Newcombe in 1990. Their early music was in a shoegaze style. Following their debut album, Methodrone, the group’s sound transitioned to a broader style of psychedelic rock, incorporating styles such as garage rock, folk rock and, later, electronica into their sound. The act continue to experiment with musical styles.
The outfit was the subject of the 2004 documentary film Dig!, and have gained media notoriety for their tumultuous working relationships as well as the erratic behaviour of leader Newcombe. The Brian Jonestown Massacre have released seventeen albums, five compilation albums, five live albums, thirteen EPs, sixteen singles as well as two various-artist compilation albums to date.