Fans of psychedelic rockers Brian Jonestown Massacre have just a few days left to buy tickets for their Princess Pavilion gig on Saturday (October 13).

In 2016 the San Franciscan seven-piece played their first ever Cornish set at the Pavilion where they took the near-capacity audience on a three hour dive into their psychedelic catalogue which at that point spanned 17 studio albums.

Their newest album is called Something Else and was released this year. It was recorded at singer Anton Newcombe's Cobra Studio in Berlin and features a less experimental sound than recent releases, harking back to the early days of the band.

Over the last four years, Anton Newcombe has released three critically acclaimed Brian Jonestown Massacre albums and an EP, one soundtrack album, and one album with Tess Parks, the follow up to which will be released in between the forthcoming Brian Jonestown Massacre albums this year. All of these releases were fully recorded and produced at Anton's studio.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre track Straight Up and Down was used as the theme tune to the multi-award winning Boardwalk Empire. Anton also wrote the soundtrack for Moon Dogs, a film directed by multi-BAFTA nominated Philip John.

They were the subject of the documentary Dig! in 2004 that followed them on tour and documented their tumultuous working relationship complete with on stage fist fights and a feud with The Dandy Warhols.

Tickets can be purchased here.