THE GREATEST ROCK SHOW ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.
For centuries, the songs of battle have resonated in the hearts of men. Songs of bravery. Of courage. Strength. These songs wrote themselves on the battlefield of discovery, of innovation, and of the innermost beings of our soul.
Well, we forgot those songs. But we came up with our own songs instead.
Dee Dee Monroe - Vocals, Bass, Charisma
"Howlin'" Holly Wood - Guitar, Vocals, Beard
JP Flash - Drums, Sex Appeal
"Rock and Roll has a name, and it's Dead Cobra." - Marty Martinez, The Upside
In an age where rock and roll seems more "Fit to be Tied" than "Born to be Wild", Dead Cobra kicked through the door and bit you with hard charging, infectious rock anthems, in the vein of the Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Alice Cooper, and The Clash. The outcome of which were well-crafted songs, catchy hooks, and a stellar live performance.
Sounding off from their vantage point in Port Angeles, Washington, Dead Cobra took on the world with their potent rock and roll venom. Poised and Ready to strike, Dead Cobra was certainly a force to be reckoned with.
At the heart of the snake was bassist Dee Dee Monroe, armed with pummeling bass lines and intense vocals, spinning all onlookers into a dimension of rock and roll mayhem yet to be restrained. "Howlin'" Holly Wood fueled the fire with throaty background vocals and a screaming, high-octane guitar. On the Drums was JP Flash, counting cadence to the madness with mad style that drives all the ladies wild.
Dead Cobra was no frills, no gimmicks, straight up rock and roll. All who disagreed could stand in line for a wind-up kick to the throat hole. Any questions? Good. Now go see Dead Cobra.
Artists We Also Like:
Squad Five-O, The Ramones, Rancid, The Clash, The Rolling Stones, The Clash
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