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it's so good

it sounds like CS all the way but with the production value better you can really hear how the band is "getting older". amazing if you're already a cobra skulls fan, and if you're a first time listener, it's still amazing, and if you don't think so it's only an EP so you don't feel too bad.

Great Band

I've been a fan since I read a review in AP for Sitting Army. They have a great and fairly original sound that sets them apart from many bands out there. This EP is no exception. Some complain that the band dosen't sound the same as they did on early material but isn't that true of most bands. These are young guys who's sound has definitely matured in good ways. They are out on tour now with NOFX and the Bouncing Souls, go see these guys. I saw them in Columbia, SC on election night in '08 and they played to a crowd of less than 10 people because no one showed (my town's scene is weak sometimes). But they still played like the place was packed. Good Guys. Great Sound.


These guys have been putting blood and sweat in since they were formed and it shows. They've certainly come a long way and I look forward to a full length. Good Fat debut, keep it up!


Formed: 2004 in Reno, NV

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The hard-edged and rapid-fire punk rock of Reno, Nevada's Cobra Skulls was born in January 2004. Drummer Chad Cleveland, singer and bassist Devin Peralta, and guitarist Charlie Parker had met a few years prior while they were students at the University of Nevada, and in time, they banded together around a shared love of groups like 7 Seconds, NOFX and Bad Religion. The Eat Your Babies demo arrived first before the guys split a seven-inch in 2006 with local crew Beercan! on Humaniterrorist Records....
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