Corrosion Of Conformity is a band thats been through many style changes over the years. In the 80s they were a punk band and released their greatest material: Eye For An Eye (1983) ,6 Songs With Mike Singing EP (1985), Animosity (1985), and Technocracy (1987). Then in the 90s they changed their sound to a more bluesy Metallica meets Black Sabbath sound and found the singer who would appear on most of the COC albums Pepper Keenan. But recently Hes become the guitarist for the band "Down". So members Mike Dean, Woody Weatherman, and Reed Mullin regrouped (lineup from animosity and 6 songs) to release the new self titled album. I love it. Mikes still got his voice, and the music is a combined sound of COCs early work and the sound they picked up in the 90s. My favorite song off the album is "Your Tommorow". Other cool songs featuring "Psychic Vampire and"The Moneychangers< and "Leeches plus many more. Get this album.
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