Big Cock Bio

BIG COCK

DISCOGRAPHY:
2005 – Year Of The Cock
2006 – Big Cock
2008 – Motherload
2008 – Got Big Cock?

HISTORY:
Big Cock
 brought fun and ’80s excesses back to hard rock in 2005 with their incredible debut album Year Of The Cock.

Big Cock is the brain child of David Henzerling, who made a name for himself as David Michael Philips, guitarist in such bands as The Schoolboys, Keel, King Kobra, Lizzy Borden and Geronimo! Under the Big Cock moniker, Philips, vocalist Bryson Jones and ex-Surgical Steel bassist Mark Lehman played a couple live shows for fun, but it wasn’t until 2005 that the Big Cock known today actually came together.

Another former Schoolboys alumni, drummer John Covington was the first to jump on board followed by legendary vocalist Robert Mason (formerly of Lynch Mob, Cry Of Love and countless others). The guys entered the studio and returned a week and a half later with what was arguably one of the best releases of 2005, Year Of The Cock. Bassist Colby joined after the album was almost finished and it featured many tongue-in-cheek rockers, such as “Hard To Swallow”, and new renditions of some King Kobra classics.

The self-titled follow-up and 2008’s Motherload were more of the same, making Big Cock one of the busiest bands in rock and keeping their growing fan base happy. The album Big Cock ended up finishing at #4 on the Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2006 and #8 on the Sleaze Roxx Readers’ Top 20 Albums of 2006 while Motherload reached the #3 spot on Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2008 and #11 on the Sleaze Roxx Readers’ Top 20 Albums of 2008. In September 2008, Mason debuted as Warrant‘s new singer replacing Jani Lane and at the same time putting Big Cock on hiatus. Henzerling went on to form a new band titled Tunnel, who released its self-titled debut album in early 2010 and kept the same musical direction as Big Cock minus the sexual tinged lyrics. Henzerling also played on King Kobra‘s two comeback albums King Kobra (2011) and II (2013).

In 2011, Big Cock announced  a fundraising campaign to help cover the recording costs of a fourth album to be called Four-Play. Unfortunately, only $2,075 out of the $15,000 fundraising goal was raised and Big Cock‘s fourth album did not see the light of day.

TRACK LIST AND BAND MEMBERS PER ALBUM:

The Year Of The Cock (2005) album:
01. Bad Motherfucker
02. I Want It All
03. Cinnamon
04. King Of Cool
05. Carrie’s In Love
06. Mean Street Machine
07. Take It Off
08. Dynamite
09. Hard To Swallow
10. Old No.7
11. You Suck The Love Out Of Me
12. Year Of The Cock
13. Thank You, Good Night

Band Members:
Robert Mason – vocals
David Henzerling – guitar
Steve Ouimette – bass
John Covington – drums

Big Cock (2006) album:
01. Second Coming
02. Fucked Up!
03. Real Man
04. Ride On Me
05. Rock Hard
06. She’s A Lady
07. So Easy Bein’ Me
08. Every Inch Of My Love
09. Dirty Girl
10. Scottsdale Girls
11. Get Me Up
12. Take Me
13. Booze & My Baby
14. Let’s Make Love

Band Members:
Robert Mason – vocals
David Henzerling – guitara and vocals
Colby – bass
John Covington – drums and percussion

Motherload (2008) album:
01. Get A Load Of Me
02. Stamina
03. Breaking My Balls
04. Bump And Grind
05. Road To Ruin
06. Slave
07. Don’t Ask Me To Be Faithful
08. Live To Rock
09. M.I.L.F.
10. Feverish
11. Built For Speed

Band Members:
Robert Mason – vocals and paino
David Henzerling – guitars and vocals
Colby – bass and vocals
John Covington – drums and percussion

Got Big Cock? (2008) album:
01. Bad Motherfucker
02. Real Man
03. Bump And Grind
04. Dirty Girl
05. Get A Load Of Me
06. Breaking My Balls
07. Ride On Me
08. M.I.L.F.
09. King Of Cool
10. Built For Speed
11. Rock Hard
12. I Want It All
13. Hard To Swallow
14. Fucked Up!
15. Year Of The Cock
16. Rock ‘N Roll-Aholic
17. She Loves Another Girl
18. Don’t Ask Me To Be Faithful (vocal/piano version)

Band Members:
Robert Mason – vocals
David Henzerling – guitar
Steve Ouimette – bass
Colby – bass
John Covington – drums

Big Cock‘s “Built For Speed” video:

Big Cock – “Built For Speed” (Clean Version)

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