South African sleaze rockers L.A. Cobra release teaser for new video

South African sleaze rockers L.A. Cobra release teaser for new video

Africa’s self-proclaimed only sleaze rock band, L.A. Cobra, have released a teaser for their upcoming video for their song “Rock ‘N Roll Pretoria” which will appear on their forthcoming third album, which will be released later this summer.

L.A. Cobra have released two albums to date: Cherry Hill in 2007 and How Much Snake Can You Take? in 2010.

LA Cobra photoThe group’s press release states (with slight edits):

“Formed in November 2005, L.A. Cobra is the only sleaze/glam/hair metal band on the African continent. They are the “Sleaze Rocking Hair Metal Stars” from Pret0ria – flying the 80’s glam rock flag from the handlebars of their Harleys whilst making a name for themselves internationally and locally.

Like the well-known song of Queen, “Tie your mother down, lock your daddy out of doors”, L.A. Cobra has been let loose to cause a rebellion amongst the youth with their revival of the

80’s glam era. Largely influenced by 80’s rock bands like Mötley Crüe, Bon Jovi, WhitesnakePoison, Guns N’ Roses, KISS, W.A.S.P., Skid Row, and Def Leppard, L.A. Cobra is all about girls, Harleys, big hair and a good time. The band is: Don Cobra on vocals and guitar, Slade on lead guitar, Ewil on bass 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 as we know them. These guys are the real deal, and live rock and roll!”

L.A. Cobra‘s teaser for upcoming “Rock ‘N Roll Pretoria” video:

L.A. COBRA

The brand new L.A. Cobra music video for Rock ‘n Roll Pretoria will be launched in a couple of weeks. We know you can’t wait so here’s a little teaser. Details on the launch party to be announced soon.

L.A. Cobra‘s “Stray Cat” video:

L.A. Cobra – Stray Cat Music Video (Official)

“Stray Cat” is from the latest L.A. Cobra Album “How much snake can you take??” It is one of 3 music videos, which then forms a trilogy. The last video is coming soon.