Sunday’s Music

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

Giving you the music a day early:

The Stone Temple Pilots postponing gigs in late September meant that the grunge rockers opening act, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, were forced to also postpone stand-alone gigs in San Antonio, Dallas and a Sept. 24 Little Rock show. It seems as though BRMC had built their tour around opening slots with STP. But fortunately for fans of BRMC, the band has rescheduled their postponed Little Rock gig at Revolution Music Room. All previous tickets for the Sept. 24 will be honored, but advance tickets are $18, and tickets day of show are $20 for the all-ages show that starts at 8:30 p.m. with a to-be-announced opening act. The California rock band built around a power trio format is known for their raw rock sound mixing garage, blues, folk and psychedelia. The group’s latest is March’s Beat the Devil’s Tattoo.

It’s a night of Jesus praising and hardcore metal at The Village as Pennsylvania metalcore band War of Ages brings their The Project AK-47 Tour to the venue. The band’s latest album, Eternal, debuted on the Billboard charts and is a face-pounding blast of metal. Joining War of Ages will be Illinois progressive hardcore outfit The Color Morale, California “heavy worship” act The Great Commission, Michigan hardcore band Legend and progressive metal band The Contortionist. The doors open at 5 p.m. with the music at 5:30 p.m., and tickets are $12 in advance and $14 at the door.

Here’s BRMC with their “Love Burns”: