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Cameron Argon


2006- Disfiguring The Goddess - bass, guitars, programming, vocals  
2009- Just Jack! - all instruments, vocals  
2009- Big Chocolate - all instruments, vocals (as Big Chocolate)  
2009 Abominable Putridity - vocals  
2010-2012 Commissioner - guitars, programming, vocals  

Studio musician

2010 Burning The Masses - vocals  

Live musician

2008 To Your Severed Bodies Go - drums  
2010 Burning The Masses - vocals  
2012 Suicide Silence - vocals  

Guest musician

2007 Malodorous - vocals  
2010 Suntorn - vocals  
2010 Suicidal Massacre - vocals (as Big Chocolate)  

Personal information

Also known as: Big Chocolate
Born on: 21.08.1990
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Cameron Argon, better known by his stage name Big Chocolate (born: August 21, 1990 in Laguna Hills, CA) is an American musician, producer and vlogger. He is the founder of the death metal band Disfiguring the Goddess and has gained renowned work in the music industry by his skill in music production and remixing. Argon specialises in electronic dance music styles ranging from dubstep, drum and bass and electronica. He has released 4 EPs and 1 full-length EDM album to date and has done remixes for Suicide Silence, Asking Alexandria, Iwrestledabearonce and many others. He's performed in various clubs along the West Coast and is set to tour the United States with Dance Gavin Dance, Iwrestledabearonce and In Fear and Faith this Spring as well as the entire Warped tour this Summer.

Prior to working under the name Big Chocolate full time, Argon was spending most of his time concentrating on heavy metal, mainly with his band, Disfiguring the Goddess. Argon also was the lead vocalist in the heavy metal band Malodorous throughout 2008. Argon handled lead vocals on Burning the Masses' album, Offspring of Time as well as toured Europe with them on the Legacy of Blood tour alongside Suffocation. Shortly after that, a representative at Century Media Records reached out to Argon for a request to remix the song, "Disengage" by Suicide Silence. Argon accepted the offer and found that he loved the freedom and creativeness remixing allowed and began focusing his efforts on the entire EDM scene. Shortly after that, he released his first and second EPs, First Degree Revolution and Shacka Brah. At the time, Argon was still in college and was creating music for the fun of it. It wasn't until the late summer of 2010 that he decided not to enrol for the upcoming Fall semester and concentrate on music full time. He continued to receive opportunities for remixes, released the I'm Shot EP and then was confirmed for Dance Gavin Dance's reunion tour in the Spring of 2011. He released his third EP, HiLion on March 1, 2011, that featured the title track single with guest appearances by the rapper, Grieves. HiLion went to number 6 on the iTunes Dance charts, sitting alongside releases from Deadmau5, Daft Punk and Skrillex. On March 2, 2011 it was announced that Big Chocolate would be performing all summer long on that year's Warped Tour.