After being inactive for most of 2013 (aside from a small handful of shows including an appearance at The Fest), Cobra Skulls may be at their end. Front-man Devin Peralta revealed in an interview with the San Francisco Gate that the future of the band is uncertain:
“I don’t know if we’ll not play shows for a year – or never again, […] But we have other projects we want to focus on, and sometimes it’s better not to do too much. That’s why we won’t be doing Cobra Skulls in the foreseeable future. […] We’ve been a band since 2005. That’s a long time for a punk band to exist.”
Cobra Skulls released their third (and possibly final) album, Agitations, on Fat Wreck Chords in 2011. They also released a three song EP, Eagle Eyes in 2012 (also on Fat) and released a split 7-inch with Larry and His Flask this past October via Asian Man Records.