Read our review of Corrosion of Conformity's new album 'IX.'
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We've teamed up with the legendary North Carolina act Corrosion of Conformity to premiere a new track from 'IX.' Get your ears ready for 'On Your Way.'
Corrosion of Conformity have been making their unique brand of aggro-punk for over three decades, and if you ask us, that's worthy of a drink. CoC certainly have one of the most interesting signature beers on this list, with 'Corrosion of Conformity Imperial Porter' is actually aged in a rum barrel while boasting a raisin base and a 9 percent alcohol content.
An incredibly interesting collaboration is soon to invade your ears. Singer-bassist Mike Dean and singer-drummer Reed Mullin of hardcore punk veterans Corrosion of Conformity have joined forces with Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and various others to create the new project, Teenage Time Killer.
Intergalactic metal legends GWAR will once again defrost themselves from their Antarctic lair to play their annual GWAR-B-Q on Aug. 17. The fourth edition of GWAR's annual meet-and-eat may sport the event's best lineup to date, featuring Corrosion of Conformity, Municipal Waste, Pig Destroyer, Cannabis Corpse, Loincloth, and of course, GWAR!
In conjunction with the reissue of one of their classic albums, Corrosion of Conformity will be embarking on a tour in November that will take them across the U.S. and Canada and wrap up just before the end of the year. Supporting bands include ASG, Royal Thunder, Saviours, YOB and Zoroaster.
Keep saving your money, metal fans, because the insanely awesome tours just keep coming and coming. In our latest edition of 'Tours You'd Be Insane to Miss,' sludge metal heroes High on Fire are scheduled to embark on a North American trek with one of our personal favorites, Goatwhore, along with Columbus, Ohio natives Lo-Pan. As if that isn't cool enough, Primate (who feature members of Mastodon and Brutal Truth) and Corrosion of Conformity will each be playing select dates of the trek.
Corrosion of Conformity have been making the heaviest of music for roughly three decades. Of course, a lot has changed since these punk-metal gents first started out in the ‘80s; notably, the Internet has altered the playing field. Drummer Reed Mullin is taking all the change in stride and even finds little humor in the many various names people have made up to describe different genres of music these days.
Listening to the band's latest, unmistakably brutal self-titled album, it’s obvious the guys are Corrosion of Conformity -- but it certainly doesn’t sound like their past work. As it turns out, guitarist Woody Weatherman says the band were completely spontaneous when recording, and what came out was a set of songs that fits into the next generation of Corrosion of Conformity’s sound.
Oh what a tangled web Corrosion of Conformity aka COC weave. While the classic 'Animosity' lineup of drummer Reed Mullin, vocalist/bassist Mike Dean and guitarist Woody Weatherman are back together for a new album, sometime frontman/guitarist Pepper Keenan's official "status" within the band remains nebulous and up in the air, even though he was the one who facilitated the reunion of the current incarnation of the band. Keenan's currently not an active member, but he's not exactly an "ex" member, either.