In 1996 then, Big
Electric Cat took the chance and went on a huge three months tour in America with
Christian Death and Switchblade Symphony, which proved to be a great success for the band.
Touring and some
consequential personal interests back in Australia took quite a while, so although live
versions of some songs from the forthcoming album ("My Last Breath",
"Crash") were already presented to the audience on the US tour, it was not until
the end of 1997 that their second and last regular album
entitled "Eyelash" was released.
Being still more electronic than the debut, "Eyelash"
in contrast to the remix EP rather keeps and refines the core sound of Big
Electric Cat who unfortunately since then have seemingly disappeared from the
J. Botev, January 2003