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KAAMORA

KAAMORA

KAAMORA


“… Kaamora knows how to kick your teeth in, Australian style…These guys are the real deal, and have their eyes set on world domination…” Twisted Hillbilly Magazine (USA), Issue 9 August 2008 Luke Greenwood, Will X, Aaron Thomas, Dylan Jones and Jase Emgee, 5 members of the Ballarat (Victoria, Australia) music community that aimed to deliver some loud heavy metal, formed Kaamora in late 2007/early 2008. Influenced by a range of Metal and Progressive Rock artists they fuse Spanish Read more on Last.fm
“… Kaamora knows how to kick your teeth in, Australian style…These guys are the real deal, and have their eyes set on world domination…” Twisted Hillbilly Magazine (USA), Issue 9 August 2008 Luke Greenwood, Will X, Aaron Thomas, Dylan Jones and Jase Emgee, 5 members of the Ballarat (Victoria, Australia) music community that aimed to deliver some loud heavy metal, formed Kaamora in late 2007/early 2008. Influenced by a range of Metal and Progressive Rock artists they fuse Spanish, Eastern and Classical melodies with a heavy, fast paced rhythm to create music that will blast your ear-holes out, mash your insides to a pulp and screw with your self control, leaving you head-banging until your brains fall out. Lambs to the Slaughter, Kaamora’s debut EP, highlights lyrics that paint a range of twisted sonic images, from bloody medieval battles to disturbing prophecies of a future lead by a machine, and everything in between. Lambs to the Slaughter took its price in sweat, creative juices, sore heads, numb eardrums, time and money. The EP is a product from start to finish, with the recording done by Matt Collins from Studio Groove, of the creative minds of Kaamora. Kaamora’s reputation for delivering a relentless barrage of sound live is growing fast. A Kaamora gig is guaranteed to leave your neck sore, your legs cramped and your hair drenched in sweat and spilt beer. Read more on Last.fm.

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