After recent rumors about Cobra Skulls planning to call it a day, the Reno punks have officially announced they will be throwing in the towel after playing their last four shows. Here’s the full statement, taken from the band’s website:
“This frosty month of December, 2013 marks eight years for Cobra Skulls playing shows! I am so proud of everything the band has done since its humble beginnings in Reno, NV. We have played with so many amazing bands all over the world, met so many wonderful people and have so many fond memories of our adventures in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia. So, it is with some sadness that we are announcing we are no longer going to be doing Cobra Skulls. We have other interests and projects, musical and otherwise that we want to pursue and in order to focus on those aspects of our lives we feel it is best to let Cobra Skulls be and move on. There are so many people we will miss seeing on the road and there are so many people we’d like to thank for helping making Cobra Skulls a reality. Thanks most of all to the friends and fans who have come out to our shows and made them worth playing! We love you and hope to see you around!”
Details on the band’s last four shows (one of which is tonight at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco) can be found below.
Cobra Skulls released their third and final album “Agitations” in 2011 through Fat Wreck Chords, who also put out their “Eagle Eyes” 7-inch in 2012. Their last official release was a split 7-inch with Larry and His Flask, which came out in October on Asian Man Records.
Final Four Cobra Skulls Shows:
12/19/13 – Bottom of The Hill – San Francisco, CA w/ Good Riddance
12/20/13 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA w/ Good Riddance
12/21/13 – VLHS – Pomona, CA
12/22/13 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA