Cobat Pushes ‘Those Who Dare Truly Live’
New Progressive Rock Album Out Now
Novosibirsk, Russia – May 28, 2017 – Believing in the melodic and instrumental power of music, Cobat has been making electronically infused progressive rock since the late ‘90s but really got into the swing of things when the internet started to become more of an asset for musicians around the world to get their sounds heard. Years later he had his sophomore release, Those Who Dare Truly Live.
Those Who Dare Truly Live is an emotional story of going beyond the comfort zone.” From euphoria to sadness, Cobat focuses on the full range of the human experience from start to finish with 11 tracks that are sure to showcase to listeners what he is capable of. Fully instrumental progressive rock with electronic notes, Cobat’s sound is highly inspired by the music of King Crimson and Daft Punk, and if for fans of Mike Oldfield and Jean Michel Jarre.
On top of Those Who Dare Truly Live, Cobat also has his 2017 single, “Night Intruder.” Written about a night in which an actual intruder tried to get inside his home. Thankfully all that resulted was this piece of music.
Those interested in adding “Night Intruder” to their playlist, or reviewing Those Who Dare Truly Live, or want to interview Cobat can get in touch via the information provided below.
Those Who Dare Truly Live is available now on iTunes, Google play, Spotify, Shazam, and more.
Cobat is an instrumental artist who takes the best of progressive rock and electronic and puts them together seamlessly.