- Performer:Black Moth Super Rainbow
- Title:Cobra Juicy
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Electronic,Indie Pop
- Date of release:October 23, 2012
- Size FLAC version1293 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1152 megabytes
- Size WMA version1830 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 DXD FLAC DMF APE VOX
Black Moth Super Rainbow (occasionally abbreviated as BMSR) is an American experimental electronic band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US. The project is currently composed of frontman, singer, and songwriter Tobacco whose vocals are altered via a vocoder, synth players The Seven Fields of Aphelion and Pony Diver, drummer Iffernaut, and bassist STV SLV. Former members include keyboardist Father Hummingbird, who typically played with a polysynth, and Power Pill Fist on bass.
Cobra Juicy is the sixth studio album by Pennsylvania based band Black Moth Super Rainbow. Initially scheduled to be released on October 9, it was eventually pushed back to October 23, 2012. After the release of their album Eating Us in 2009, the band had begun work on their fifth album. It was scheduled to be released in 2011 under the name Psychic Love Damage, although it was later revealed by BMSR-member Tobacco that he had scrapped the album for finding it not worth the fans spending money on.
Since Black Moth Super Rainbow came to attention with 2007's Dandelion Gum, the band's demon-throated frontman has mastered the art of sounding sinister. He's so upfront with his intent that the group's new Kickstarter-funded album Cobra Juicy has a song called "I Think I'm Evil". He also named himself after the most pernicious herb since hemlock. Of course, you can point to any number of metal bands or horrorcore rap groups who have brandished the triple six as a way to sell records and satisfy their evil urges
Black Moth Super Rainbow. We can't respond to /food-tasting requests here.
Cobra Juicy follows that album's expanded scope, dragging into the forefront the melodic dance pop gems that were always buried deep under layers of psychotic Dayglo sounds on earlier BMSR albums. Songs like "Hairspray Heart" and lead-off single "Windshield Smasher" are characterized by huge beats, demonic buzzsaw synths, and crunchy guitars, but the arrangements are relatively clean and organized, lacking the lo-fi kaleidoscopic haze of more organic albums like Dandelion Gum.
CreditsBlack Moth Super Rainbow - Primary Artist
|1||Windshield Smasher||Black Moth Super Rainbow||3:24|
|2||Like a Sundae||Black Moth Super Rainbow||4:13|
|3||Hairspray Heart||Black Moth Super Rainbow||2:44|
|4||Psychic Love Damage||Black Moth Super Rainbow||3:34|
|5||We Burn||Black Moth Super Rainbow||3:46|
|6||Gangs in the Garden||Black Moth Super Rainbow||2:25|
|7||The Healing Power of Nothing||Black Moth Super Rainbow||3:08|
|8||I Think I'm Evil||Black Moth Super Rainbow||4:00|
|9||Blurring My Day||Black Moth Super Rainbow||3:21|
|10||Dreamsicle Bomb||Black Moth Super Rainbow||3:59|
|11||Spraypaint||Black Moth Super Rainbow||4:27|