King Kobra Working On New Studio Album
May 30, 2012
King Kobra are busy recording the follow-up to their successful 2011 self-titled comeback album, and are aiming for an early 2013 release date through Frontiers Records.
King Kobra guitarist David Michael-Phillips says, “We’ve got a high-energy combination of the classic King Kobra sound mixed with some of our favorite (heavy) influences: Led Zeppelin, Whitesnake, Blue Murder. Cool, heavy grooves, great melodies, soulful lead vocals by Paul Shortino, infectious harmonies and hooks…blazing guitars by yours truly and the thundering rhythm section of Johnny Rod and the legendary Carmine Appice! This is the next natural progression of ‘Ready To Strike’ and our last, self-titled album ‘King Kobra’.”
Some of the songs set for inclusion include “In The Night”, “Feelin’ Fine”, “Take Me Back”, “Deep River”, “Got It Comin'”, and “We Go Round”.
‘King Kobra’, the band’s first release with Rough Cutt singer Paul Shortino, appeared on both the Sleaze Roxx Top 10 and Reader’s Choice Top 20. A video for the CDs debut single “Turn Up The Good (Times)” was released in June of last year.
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com