BLACK COBRA Announce More Tour Dates With Kyuss Lives!

The previously-announced second leg of the Kyuss Lives! North American tour dates this November, featuring BLACK COBRA and The Sword in support, has just expanded to include five brand additional dates including Los Angeles at the beginning of the tour, and four new East Coast shows at the end of the tour (Baltimore, MD, New Haven, CT, Huntington, NY, Montclair, NJ).

BLACK COBRA w/ Kyuss Lives!, The Sword:
11/17/2011 House of Blues – San Diego, CA
11/18/2011 Wiltern Theatre – Los Angeles, CA **
11/19/2011 The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
11/21/2011 Roseland Theatre – Portland, OR w/ YOB
11/22/2011 Showbox SODO – Seattle, WA w/ YOB
11/23/2011 Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC
11/26/2011 Flames Central – Calgary, AB
11/27/2011 Edmonton Event Centre – Edmonton, AB
11/29/2011 Garrick Centre – Winnipeg, MB
11/30/2011 First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
12/01/2011 Turner Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI
12/02/2011 Vic Theatre – Chicago, IL
12/03/2011 Crofoot Ballroom – Pontiac, MI
12/05/2011 The Palace Theater – Greensburg, PA
12/06/2011 Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY
12/07/2011 Ram’s Head Live – Baltimore, MD **
12/08/2011 Toad’s Place – New Haven, CT **
12/09/2011 The Paramount – Huntington, NY **
12/10/2011 Wellmont Theatre – Montclair, NJ **
[** = newly announced tour date]

A record as dynamic as it is devastating, BLACK COBRA‘s fourth full-length Invernal will finally hit North American fans this October 11th. As always, raging with whiplash-inducing time change-ups and wreaking more damage than lineups three times the size of this brutalizing duo, Invernal was recorded in eight days this past July at Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou’s God City Studio and mastered by John Golden (Neurosis, Melvins, Weedeater, countless more). Inspired in part by the famed, dangerous treks of English researcher Ernest Shackleton, the theme to the entire record is based on a post-apocalyptic trek to a nuclear infested and mutated Antarctica.

BLACK COBRA will be announcing countless more support and headlining tours following their tour supporting Kyuss Lives!, and through 2012, constantly proving to be one of the hardest-working bands on the scene.

“…this is a band that seems to always improve on its punishing formula. 4.5/5” – Music Emissions

“…the music conjures nightmarish images of trying to outrun a massive force of nature which, of course, will inevitably catch up with you, overpower you, and destroy you.” – MetalSucks

“…like a shotgun blast of thumb tacks, gravel and raw amphetamine – point blank to the face.” – The Bone Reader

“…I still can’t figure out how only two humans can create such a monolithic sonic attack!” – Cvlt Nation