L.A. Cobra Release “Stray Cat” Music Video
May 12, 2013
South African rockers L.A. Cobra have released the second video from their album ‘How Much Snake Can You Take’ for the single “Stray Cat” — the song is also featured in Bustin Chops The Movie. “Stray Cat” represents the second of three music videos, which then forms a trilogy from their sophomore album. The last video will be coming soon.
The synopsis of “Stray Cat” is: Our heroes are fighting the luscious devil (Michelle Van Der Nest) in an attempt to win back their souls, after selling it in the first video “Back Roads”.
Formed in November 2005, L.A. Cobra is South Africa’s answer to ’80s hair metal, largely influenced by rock bands such as Motley Crue, Guns N’ Roses, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Poison, KISS, W.A.S.P. and Skid Row. L.A. Cobra is all about girls, Harleys, big hair and a good time. The band consist of: Don Cobra on vocals and guitar, slade on lead guitar and Animal on drums, bringing back those memorable guitar solos and ‘balls to the wall’ hard rock shows we’re all starved for with a modern twist from their songwriting.
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