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Cobra Khan

Cobra Khan

Cobra Khan


COBRA KHAN is back and proud to announce the release of new album ‘ADVERSITIES’. Some may say little has been heard from this Auckland five piece since the acclaimed 2008 effort ‘Helgorithms’ but hidden away in home studios, bedrooms and the practice room alike, COBRA KHAN are now ready to deliver. Tracked under the watchful eye of bassist Evan Short and produced by both Evan and Milon Williams (vocals/guitar) it will quickly become obvious that ADVERSITIES is a monstrous and most welcome injection into the local heavy music scene Read more on Last.fm
COBRA KHAN is back and proud to announce the release of new album ‘ADVERSITIES’. Some may say little has been heard from this Auckland five piece since the acclaimed 2008 effort ‘Helgorithms’ but hidden away in home studios, bedrooms and the practice room alike, COBRA KHAN are now ready to deliver. Tracked under the watchful eye of bassist Evan Short and produced by both Evan and Milon Williams (vocals/guitar) it will quickly become obvious that ADVERSITIES is a monstrous and most welcome injection into the local heavy music scene, with enough riffs, evil vocals and huge drums to blow the doors off a resprayed Holden Ute at ten paces. New track for public perusal ‘Borderlands’ is a gigantic, mutant, postcard from the toxic wasteland it features {{{{{ meanage }}}}}, epic head-nods, extra vocal input from Craig Radford of STICKY FILTH and enough grunt to splinter a kauri tree. Summed up by a friend on first listen of ADVERSITIES. COBRA KHAN hasn’t lost any of the rapid tempo and menace they are known for - in fact, they've moved up a couple of gears. The new tunes all kick off with double-barrelled gunshot drumming, keyboard wreckage and sublime twin guitars entwining each other in a brute strength death match, giving ground only to make way for large vocal refrains. The album sits together cohesively, giving the listener a dark and mean thrill ride for the full 46 minutes, moving through more complex moods than a Colin McCahon exhibition.

'Strider' is a ferocious two minutes flat, no bullshit and no goodbyes. 'Hound' would bust down your door and nick off with your family jewels before your very eyes if you let it, while 'White Fire' ebbs and swirls with the outgoing tide at the end of a long day - but mind the combined undertow of the vocal/drum combo, it makes for a killer sundowner. LISTEN TO COBRA KHAN ‘BORDERLANDS’ http://t.co/mctZ8gz9 COBRA KHAN ‘ADVERSITIES ‘OUT 21st NOVEMBER 2011 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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