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Album Review

Wiseblood is the closest Corrosion of Conformity have gotten to old-school heavy metal, yet their fondness for industrial soundbites and thrash-metal keeps the group sounding contemporary, while their scathing sonic assault remains brutal.

Customer Reviews

Good Stuff

C.O.C. has been my favorite bands since I was 7 years old, Deliverence is my Favorite Album, it's sad that people haven't heard of them, I love their music, I just wish that more and more people would reconize them, they deserve some popularity, because their music is great, bands like Poison, any Def Lepard album after Pyromania, (example) do not deserve the popularity, I just wish they were like on Ozz Fest or something, people need to get their name out there.

Legendary!

To the other reviewer, COC does'nt sound like anyone. They're a legendary band that began in the early 80's. Long before Black Label Society! Others sound like them, or at least want to sound like them.

Buy this now

This is absolutely one of the best metal albums ever. Not a bad song on the album.

Biography

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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