A long time ago, in a basement far far away, a boy picked up a guitar - and a band was born. Cammadore 64 was created by William “The Cam” Cameron Gosine on his mac. While Gosine’s former band, Grand Funk Railroad, were known for “Mark Farner’s wild, shirtless lyrics, the bong-rattling bass of Mel Schache, and the competent drum work of Cam Gosine,” Cammadore 64 was known mainly for their generic sub-par metal licks and bland songs. But with great power comes great responsibility. No one ignored this ideal more than Gosine, wasting huge amounts of time honing his terrible guitar skills. This began a whole new era in the life of Cammadore 64. With the power of the internet, seven strings of goodness, and laughably outdated graphics and sound assembled in a playable format (video games, in case you are thick), Cammadore 64 was born again. His musical prowess has since been spreading across this series of tubes in a fashion that could almost nearly be described as viral.
Cammadore 64 takes things you may remember from childhood (or last Friday night) and smothers them in a sweet and tangy sauce made of metal and groove. Guitars, drums, (bass?) and sweet synth are his tools, with which he molds a beautiful tapestry of sound for your ears to soak up.
Edited by Billxor on 3 May 2010, 19:57
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