Motores Acidso: Badass Biker Band from Brazil

Motores Acidso: Badass Biker Band from Brazil

by William Telltale

You may be awesome, but you’ll never be as awesome as a ‘Badass Biker Band from Brazil.’ They are a very good band from Maringa-Pr, motores Acidos Brazil. A band with a blend of hard rock and blues, with classic rock influences such as Led  Zeppelin and AC/DC, Motores Acidos are:
 Diego Brambila on Vocals
 Cadu Madera on Drums
 Rodrigo Chassis on Guitar
 Vinicius Massaneta on Guitar
 Junior Lino on Bass
The recording of their songs is very impressive and well done. I’ve heard mixes on the radio that don’t sound anywhere near as good as this. I love the guitar sound especially. It has the crunch of a truck ramming a Prius. The bass and drums are rich, tight, and punchy, as they should be. This was not a cheap recording. They also have a very professional video on Youtube as well. Check it out: http://youtu.be/3QPXGco52Is
 Also, check out their Soundcloud page. https://soundcloud.com/motores-acidos
My favorite song on the Soundcloud page is Eu Rodo Slim. I’m a guitar guy, and this song’s guitar drives at 90 miles per hour, and never stops. The song has a very heavy groove that makes your head bob even if you’re trying to stand still. (Not that anyone would want to.)
From what I can tell, the majority of this band’s songs are about motorcycles. The lyrics are in Portuguese, but never fear. The singer is good, and enunciates very well. You don’t have to understand  the language in order to enjoy this. Good music needs no translator.
This band makes me want to see them preform on a hot September evening at an outdoor festival. A festival with plenty of babes, beer, and bikes. And food too, of course. My kind of evening.
If you’re looking for good and pure bluesy hard rock, you will like this band. Alot. Their music is available for free listening for now, as they expand their audience. I want to see them succeed because honestly, I’d rather buy their music than the majority of the corporate crap that passes for music on United States airwaves these days. Their album is called ‘Carburado’ and if you’d like to purchase it, contact them on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/motoresacidosmotorcycle?fref=ts
These guys are trying to gain an American audience, and I am happy to help. Check them out, and enjoy!