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Friday, February 15, 2008

King Cobra: Love - Death

posted by on February 15 at 12:23 PM

King Cobra was alive last night with head banging metal fun. It was a practice run of the sound system and a prelude to the grand opening slated for the end of this month. My Bloody Heavy Metal Valentine featured Sindios and metal cover band, Iron Falcon. As in, fuck yeah. The stage is big, Kelly Berry has dialed the sound, and the people are amped. Evil energy is good. Cold beer is cold. Jenny Bendel rules.

Iron Falcon is Alison from the Valkyries, Robbie from Skelator, Erik from Fallen Angels, Chris from the Ones, and Jeffrey previously with Book of Black Earth.

Iron Falcon’s set: “I Want Out” – Helloween, “Freewheel Burning” – Judas Priest, “Symptom of the Universe” – Black Sabbath, “Nuns Have No Fun” – Mercyful Fate, “Black Magic” – Slayer, “Wrathchild” – Iron Maiden, “Wild Child” – W.A.S.P., “In League with Satan” – Venom. Diiiiiiiee. Do death right:

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Slats. You’ve seen him. You love him. He knows Duff Mckagan. (‘Where’s Slats?’ - Stranger forum) :

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Sindios emitted razors of crunch. Frequencies gurgled in your marrow. Songs of death were sung:

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1

That is the most vibrant I've ever seen Slats.

Must've been a great night.

Posted by David Schmader | February 15, 2008 12:27 PM
2

The picture is clearer than he was.

Posted by trent moorman | February 15, 2008 12:32 PM
3

dude slats has been to 2 CR shows. are we his favorite local hiphop? YES.

i fuckin love that spot BTW, wish i'd been there trenton

Posted by lar | February 15, 2008 12:36 PM
4

Why is it that everytime I see pictures from that place that I wish the owners would of kept it a dance club and just put together some better nights.

Maybe I'm the only one, but that place definitely looks like it could of been a cool night club.

oh well.........rock on.

Posted by TJ | February 15, 2008 1:11 PM
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Hey TJ! For what it's worth, Jenny was very clear in making the point to me that it is not just a metal club. You should contact her and put together a night there. It would kill.

Posted by trent moorman | February 15, 2008 1:20 PM
6

W.A.S.P.? Yikes!

Posted by Paulus | February 15, 2008 2:45 PM
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Thanks so much for the nice words Trent.

There's plenty of dancing going on at King Cobra - just depends on what you like to dance to. :)

Viva rock!

Jenny Bendel
King Cobra

Posted by Jenny Bendel | February 15, 2008 3:52 PM
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Dude. That cover band TOTALLY SUCKED. A prime example of what happens when kids sit around playing Guitar Hero all day and think they need to be on a stage. Just because you DO IT doesn't mean you DO IT AWESOME. Try a few rehearsals instead of teasing your hair or whatever. Please. Hey drummer? Slayer is closer to d-beat than it is to boogie-woogie. Try it out.

Sin Dios rules.

And hey, quit lending credence to wastes of space and air like Slats by giving them trainspotter status. Fuck off!

Posted by NotAPoser | February 15, 2008 7:49 PM
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NotAPoser,

Whatever you say.

Fuck off though? How boring is that?

Did I say Iron Falcon was the 2nd coming of Pantera?

You should have a glass of fucking milk.

Posted by trent moorman | February 16, 2008 6:12 AM
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Trent, go across the hall and smack 'notaposer' upside the head - tell Grandy not to post under aliases eh.

Posted by bobcat | February 16, 2008 3:00 PM
11

U kidding? He's too occupied fucking up the all-ages scene secrets here in Seattle to be posting about dumb cover bands.

Posted by NotAGrandy | February 17, 2008 2:17 AM

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