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Corrosion of Conformity - s/t

It has been 7 years since Corrosion of Conformity released 'In The Arms of God' and this album has been a long-time waiting, especially for a fan of COC like myself, and was released on the 28th February on Candlelight Records.

This album features the original 'Animosity' line-up but does not feature Pepper as Down is taking more presidence at the moment. This album was recorded at Dave Grohl's Studio 606, and it has a much rawer sound overall than their previous album.

This album features only filler song and that would be the acoustic instrumental 'El Lamaneta de la Cabras' which stretches almost to the 3-minute mark, and it leads into 'Your Tomorrow'. It is certainly a welcome return for the mighty COC, thought the question is do COC really need Peppper or are they fine without him?

This album is absolutely brilliant and do I need to say more?

Regress now

Need to go back 18 years and see how you used to do it. Some great riffs then spoiled by crap singing in parts. Would love to have edited this one.


Formed: 1983 in Raleigh, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the first punk-metal fusion bands, Corrosion of Conformity were formed in North Carolina by guitarist Woody Weatherman during the early '80s. In their early years, C.O.C. became known for their aggressive sound, intelligent political lyrics, and willingness to break away from both hardcore and metal conventions. In the '90s, their shift to a more stripped-down, deliberate sound -- sort of Black Sabbath filtered through the Deep South -- brought them enough in line with the alt metal Zeitgeist...
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