Background information
Origin Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genres Stoner Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Years active 1998 - 2001
Labels "I Used To Fuck People Like You In Prison" Records
Associated acts Los Natas, Ararat, Solodolor, Soldati, Eight Hands For Kali, Dragonauta, Culto de Anubis, Cuerno, Audion, Vrede, Plan 4, Iron Belt, Camposanto, Taunus, Massacre
Website Santoro on Discogs

Santoro was a short-lived Argentinian stoner rock band, helmed by one Sergio Chotsourian of Los Natas notoriety, along with famed Argentina vocalist and frequent collaborator Jose Luis Armetta. The band's page describes them as "a rocknroll band that comes from a lonely land, where nature gives to the people a certain feel of dust, wind and solitude. Santoro invites you to listen to the music, continuous songs featured as one only composition, involving a powerfull need for speed, psych and freedom.".

Santoro self-released a demo before recording an eleven-song album and releasing it in 2001 via "I Used To Fuck People Like You In Prison" Records. The band is no longer active, possibly once bassist Gonzalo Villagra had joined Los Natas.


  • Santoro (Demo) (1999, Self-Released)
  • Santoro (Studio Album) (2001, "I Used To Fuck People Like You In Prison" Records)


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