HAILING FROM Canada and fronted by powerhouse vocalist KOBRA PAIGE, also the band’s founding force, the defining factor here is a commitment to engage, entertain & excite, spear-headed by a live show that is crying out to be heard through larger amps in bigger venues…
“Kobra And The Lotus are the fire-breathing, female-fronted heavy metal bombshell. Classic, Priest-loving riffs. Powerhouse drummer. Singer who can belt the Halfordian high-notes … these Canadian head-bangers can’t return soon enough for us” – Classic Rock Magazine
OF COURSE, capturing the adrenaline-rush of a live show on record is never a straight-ahead task, but with Kevin Churko (Five Finger Death Punch, Ozzy) acting as producer, along with Julius ‘Juice’ Butty, the band’s debut album has been put to tape with as much energy & emotion as five musicians can muster in a secured environment, with no unnecessary gimmicks or off-point ideas to weaken the signal.
Scheduled for release in August 2012, with video track ‘Welcome To My Funeral’ already out there making its mark, it’s clear that this band is now honed to a fine and dangerous point….
“Touring had a huge influence on us in terms of realizing which direction we wanted the new songs to go in,” says Kobra. “We really wanted to take the live show and capture the spirit of that as best we could. It’s all about the power and the glory, after all!”
KOBRA AND THE LOTUS. A new name, a new band, but one built to last… and to stimulate all of the senses along the way.
"Kobra and the Lotus are the fire-breathing, female-fronted heavy metal bombshell. Classic, Priest-loving riffs. Powerhouse drummer. Singer who can belt the Halfordian high-notes ... these Canadian headbangers can't return soon enough for us." Classic Rock Magazine
The band has recorded their second album, Executive Produced by Kevin Churko and produced by Kevin Churko and Julius 'Juice' Butty, scheduled for release in August 2012. A pre-release of their music video “Welcome To My Funeral” point to an undisputed evolution in the band; the music is stronger, meaner and heavier. “Touring for ‘Out Of The Pit’ had a huge influence on us in terms of realizing which direction we wanted the new music to take,” says Kobra. “We really wanted to create new music that would portray the large amount of energy we put forward in a live performance.”