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The King Cobra

The King Cobra

The King Cobra


Rachel Carns (formerly of The Need) collaborated with future bandmate Kwo (later known as Ghost) to write an original score for the punk performance art cabaret Dr. Frockrocket's Vivifying (Re-Animatronic) Menagerie And Medicine Show. She then returned to the drums and headset mic, and she and Ghost continued to write and perform under the name The King Cobra. Their epic, structurally severe punk-prog compositions defied classification; descriptions range from "conquer rock" to sludge to art rock to stoner-math-post-metal. Read more on Last.fm
Rachel Carns (formerly of The Need) collaborated with future bandmate Kwo (later known as Ghost) to write an original score for the punk performance art cabaret Dr. Frockrocket's Vivifying (Re-Animatronic) Menagerie And Medicine Show. She then returned to the drums and headset mic, and she and Ghost continued to write and perform under the name The King Cobra. Their epic, structurally severe punk-prog compositions defied classification; descriptions range from "conquer rock" to sludge to art rock to stoner-math-post-metal.

One of their earliest shows was at the first-ever Homo A Go Go festival in Olympia in 2002; the duo went on to play west coast shows with bands like Young People, The Gossip, and V For Vendetta. Soon after, Tara Jane O'Neil joined on bass; as a trio, The King Cobra released an EP on Troubleman Unlimited, and toured the west coast with Erase Errata and Shoplifting, east coast with The Quails, and the U.S. with Tracy + the Plastics. In 2004, TJO moved to Portland and The King Cobra became a duo once more.

They self-released a 3" mini-CD and continued touring extensively, playing shows with Wikkid, The Planet The, Lezzies On X, Experimental Dental School, and Thrones, among others. In mid-2006 The King Cobra changed their band name to TWIN. They are currently working on a new full-length album. Read more on Last.fm.

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