KOBRA AND THE LOTUS: New Song 'TriggerPulse' Available For Streaming

KOBRA AND THE LOTUS: New Song 'TriggerPulse' Available For Streaming

"TriggerPulse", a new song from Canadian hard rockers KOBRA AND THE LOTUS, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's fourth album, "Prevail I + II", will be released as two separate volumes via Napalm Records. The first part will be made available in February 2017, with the second part to follow in October 2017.

Stated KOBRA AND THE LOTUS frontwoman Kobra Paige: "We are ecstatic to finally be releasing a new track from KOBRA AND THE LOTUS! After two years, it's time to unleash something new and tasty, so here we go..."

KOBRA AND THE LOTUS will take to the road this fall in Europe alongside labelmates DELAIN. Fans can expect to hear a mix of KOBRA AND THE LOTUS classics and new songs from "Prevail I + II".

KOBRA AND THE LOTUS last year released an EP featuring cover songs by great Canadian artists like RUSH, TRIUMPH and APRIL WINE. "Words Of The Prophets" was produced by the Grammy-nominated Johnny K (MEGADETH, DISTURBED, THREE DOORS DOWN).



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