The Motorleague play fast and riffy, pelvic rock and roll that is catchy as sin but won’t leave you feeling guilty for liking it.
Their appeal lies in songwriting that is chemically addictive and a spits out product drenched in sarcasm. Simply put – the anthem to every bad break-up, asshole boss, or shit job you’ve ever had.
The Motorleague’s debut full length was recorded with veteran producer Ian Blurton at Toronto’s Chemical Sound Studios. It was released on May 19th, 2009 by the Forward Music Group, and recently picked up 2 East Coast Music Awards for best Loud Recording and Fan’s Choice Video.
Black Noise is 10 relentless tracks of fury driven rock that was heralded by critics as a welcome return to form for rock music.
Since the release of the record, the band has been touring hard with dates all over The Atlantic Provinces, Quebec and Ontario. The band made stops at ECMA, North by North East, COCA, and played shows with names like Bad Religion, Alexisonfire, and The Real McKenzies.
The Motorleague have recently recorded their follow up to Black Noise with producer Steve Rizun (Flatliners, Protest The Hero, Creepshow) so that it is ready for a fall 2010 release.