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Album Review

Retooling their aesthetic and redefining their sound since their years on DHR, Cobra Killer have revamped themselves as a twosome hell-bent on emulating a psychobilly B-movie soundtrack from the '60s. But that's only on the surface. Thankfully, the 11 songs here are (much like their predecessors) in fine form. Taking a page or two from the Chicks on Speed handbook, the gals deliver chopped up lyrics for the jet-set swirled around disjointed, distorted synths and basslines around rapid-fire drums — taking a break occasionally for the surprising number (check the surf-rock driven "L.A. Shaker.") Eventually, the album finds its way into paying homage to both new wave and no wave, but it never loses the foundation of what makes Cobra Killer sound so distinct in the first place.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Renowned for making skewed, psych rock-infused electronica, Berlin, Germany based duo Cobra Killer formed in January 1998. Originally, Gina V. Dorio, a member of EC8OR and Annika Line Trost of Shizuo met through their previous bands' involvement with Alec Empire's Digital Hardcore Recordings whilst both had also been heavily involved in the West Berlin music scene from their early teens. Their debut self-titled release in 1999 epitomized the Digital Hardcore sound, blending distorted electronics,...
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