Their 4th album, Sheppard’s File, released in the spring of 2012, will grip the back of your neck and force you through damp city alleys, led confidently by the band that knows exactly where it’s been and where it’s going. It’s a wild ride along the edge of insanity’s abyss– dotted with disturbing melodic junctures and shrewdly crafted escape routes that will send you exploding through the walls with engines revving, wheels screaming, and a war cry that puts hell to shame. Lillith girls of the world beware, the Motorpsychos are out to put an end to the debate over whether or not you need a cock, to rock" (BJ Lisko) The Jambar, Youngstown. The bands new album Piston Whipped, is loud and hard, Full of retribution and doom" (Frank De Blas) Rochester City News. Kickstart your engines motherfuckers, because MOTORPSYCHOS just invented the sixth gear!
Motorpsychos were formed in Pittsburgh in 2000 by guitarist Pamela Simmons and singer Rachel Cassady, both formerly of the band Go To Helen. Rounding out the original lineup were bassist Amy Bianco, also of the Pittsburgh hardcore ensemble Reducer, and drummer Tom Venturino. Shortly before the band recorded its debut album, Venturino departed and was replaced by Dennis Brown. The band became one of the most successful rock groups in Pittsburgh and toured throughout the northeastern United States Cassady unexpectedly left th. .Their fourth album, Sheppard's File, was released on May 19, 2012.
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Their 4th release, Sheppard’s File, due out in the spring of 2012, will grip the back of your neck and force you through damp city alleys, led confidently by the band that knows exactly where it’s been and where it’s going. Sheppard's File Motorpsychos. Piston Whipped Motorpsychos
The self-titled album Motorpsychos was released in June 2002. Cassady unexpectedly left the band in late 2003. Instead of merely recruiting a new lead vocalist, Motorpsychos decided to expand their sound by adding singer/guitarist Abby Krizner (formerly of Throttle Audio). Bianco and Simmons took on lead vocal duties as well, resulting in a unique three-frontwoman lineup. This expanded version of Motorpsychos debuted in January 2004 and quickly began accumulating accomplishments, including a first-place finish in the Rolling Rock Hard & Heavy Rock Wars in 2004. Krizner departed shortly thereafter, and the band has continued as a trio. Piston Whipped (2005). Coming of Rage (2009). Sheppard's File (2012).
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