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Bang Camaro is a hard rock/heavy metal band from Boston, Massachusetts composed of a bassist, a drummer, three guitarists, and anywhere from ten to twenty vocalists comprising a full choir of lead singers.The group is currently signed with Black Sword Records.
Bang Camaro is characterized for its potential music that may run you over and make you rock.While commenting on the genre of music the band follows, Alex Necochea said that they are really not heavy metal and their focus is more on writing great singles. The band truly seems a big fan of melody and big driving hooks; depicted in their music too.
Bryn and Alex, the two founders of Bang Camaro, had been playing around Boston in different bands before deciding to form this band. Prior to joining it, Bryn spent two years in a band called The Model Sons and started a Boston music event called The Boston Rising.
Alex spent a number of years in a brit-pop outfit ?The Good North? that became quite popular in their hometown. Afterwards, he joined Columbia recording artist Bleu. They met when their bands started playing together at different clubs around Boston.
Recalling those days, they told during an interview that having getting to know each other, they started talking about their influences and quickly realized that they are both closet metal fans.
When Bang Camaro perform, the venue sees them winning the crowd over and they quickly begin pumping their fists and singing along. Just believe it that indie musicians can really be playing 80s metal now.
Bang Camaro?s music is somewhat similar in style to ?80s metal and glam rock. The basic song structure adopted by the group goes away with traditional verses just to highlight catchy choruses.
They are noted for integrating as many guitar solos as possible. The band is overwhelmingly influence by the music of Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly as well as hard rock bands such as Iron Maiden and Dokken.
In an attempt to bring back the best of ?80s pop metal, every Bang Camaro song is entirely composed of crazy guitar solos and anthemic first-pumping choruses.
It?s hard to disagree with this novel approach when you?re at a Bang Camaro show. The songs remind the listener of arena rock from the mid to late 80s. Of the most notable is a strange twist the band comes up with in their every single during the show.
Despite of the fact that Bang Camaro has no leading vocals, the band yet manages successfully to expand its fan-base by singing only guitar solos and choruses.
Justifying this void, Bryn once told that there is no other way to bring that gang vocal sound to our live show without relying on samples like a lot of the bands in the 80s did.
Appearing on stage while wearing wigs with studded leather bracelets, the duo doesn?t stop expressing about their love for Sparklehorse.
There doesn?t seem to be anything ironic about the way they carry themselves on-stage and show their love for a type of music, most people consider a mistake from 20 years ago. Byrn sheds light on this aspect as ?We play Gibsons, not Jacksons. It took quite a while, but we have learned that Jimi Hendrix is the only person that should have ever touched a whammy bar?.
After having a great time at Bang Camao shows, you may probably be thanking largely to word of mouth, their live shows, and their single ?Push Push by Lady Lightning?.The single was also featured in Harmonix?s Guitar Hero II video game.
At present, Bang Camaro?s popularity is growing rapidly. There may not be rows of groupies waiting for them when they climbed off the stage tonight in Rochester, just a bunch of people who love what they are doing. Isnt that what rock n roll is about? Isnt that what people forgot in the 80s?