L.A. Cobra Post “Back Roads” Music Video
October 23, 2011
South African rockers L.A. Cobra have released a music video for the song “Back Roads”, the first of three music videos which together will form a short story. The track is taken from the band’s current album ‘How Much Snake Can You Take?’
Formed in November 2005, L.A. Cobra is South Africa’s answer to ’80s Hair Metal — Pretoria style. Breaking away from current ‘modern’ rock and ‘nu metal’ trends, L.A. Cobra combine elements of hard hitting ’80s rock with just enough sleaze and humour to rock the party. With their over-the-top stage antics, outfits and attitude, L.A. Cobra are set to change the face of modern music as we know it.
Largely influenced by ’80s rock bands like Motley Crue, W.A.S.P., KISS, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Poison, Guns N’ Roses and Skid Row, L.A. Cobra is all about girls, Harleys, big hair and a good time. The current line-up consists of Don Cobra on vocals and guitar, Jamie Gunz on lead guitar, the Animal on drums and the new bassistthat will be announced in the weeks to come.
L.A. Cobra’s debut release ‘Cherry Hill’ (mixed and produced by Ashton Nyte and L.A. Cobra) was released through Intervention Arts on January 27th, 2007 and ‘How Much Snake Can You Take?’ can be purchased directly through the band at www.facebook.com/pages/LA-COBRA/219871245042.
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