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Album Review

Camarosmith's self-titled debut on Jack Endino's Dead Teenager Records is an aggressive slab of swamp rock that takes the heavy grooves of vintage Soundgarden and reworks them with a dirty, shaking, Queens of the Stone Age-style stoner vibe. Bring on the mullets, the denim, those big basketball sneakers, and the beat-up Camaros and IROCs, because from the devilish "S.O.S." ("Son of Sam") to the wailing "Motorgun," these guys are ready to rock the metal with Black Sabbath riffs, solos, and Ozzy Osbourne vocals. They even slow it down on "714" for a tweaked piece of psychedelic desert rock that recalls both SST-era Screaming Trees and good ol'-70s rock. Camarosmith's members may have come from the punk outfit Zeke, but this is hard rock, not punk, played with all of the tripped-out power and devil-may-care attitude of Led Zeppelin, Blue Cheer, and Aerosmith.

Customer Reviews


This album has promise, but gets a little flat, and very repetitive...This album is very blues oriented at heart, which is fine, but then they try to put the Stoner-metal sound around it, and it just doesnt work...It may be great live, but just comes up short here... Best song on here is Choker, which is actually mis-named by itunes...The song is really This Need... I would suggest spending your money on other, better bands from the genre...anything from High on Fire (the best band in the world right now) or Sleep's Holy Mountain...If you are really feeling brave, buy Sleeps 63 minute epic Dopesmoker...

Definitely some good stuff on here!

The song "It's Alright" is superb. So is "Choker". As stated above it is in fact misnamed.


Formed: 2002 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Camarosmith formed in Seattle in 2002 after joking around about getting mullets, driving Z28s and jamming on Black Sabbath. Following the split-up of Zeke, drummer Don E. Paycheck and bassist Jeff "Sweet Potato Jackson" Matz turned their hesher dreams into a reality with Chris "Muscles" Johnsen and Pat Brown on guitar and Ben "Devil" Rew on harmonica and vocals. The band, while rapidly becoming known for their intense live shows, quickly went into the studio with producer Jack Endino to create a...
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