Tough, uncompromising, dangerous–these are the kind of words people use to describe Noah and The Marauders.
But when this gang isn’t out causing trouble and wreaking havoc like a bunch of crazy Vikings, they practice their instruments until it hurts. Because you don’t learn Judas Priest’s “Painkiller” note for note by being a punk.
After a year of practicing the song, the gang biked down to Nashville to record at Reba McEntire’s studio, Starstruck. They selected the studio for one reason…Reba’s role in the 1990 film Tremors. Joe Hubbell, the lead guitarist in the gang says, “The selection of high quality, boutique preamps at Starstruck impart a certain quality and tone to your tracks. But Reba’s role in “Tremors” also makes its way into your recordings. It really just depends on how much coloration you want. For us, we had to have the Reba/Shotgun/Rec Room/Tremors sound.”
For us, we had to have the Reba/Shotgun/Rec Room/Tremors sound."
After their video went viral, Noah was invited to speak at the Sturgis Motorcyle Rally and impart some words of wisdom. Because he’s a lone wolf, Noah declined the invitation. But if he had attended the rally, Noah would have stomped up to the podium…his boots banging against the wooden stage…he would half yell, half howl words about music, danger, dreams and motorbikes. The audience would be riveted. Their hearts would bang. Then Noah would raise his right hand….the right hand that always has the gauntlet of doom on it and (because Noah is very well read) he would end his speech with a quote by T.E. Lawrence:
“All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day to find it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.”
Noah and The Marauders are dangerous men.