Another weekday night in Dublin brings us yet another stellar performance from the legendary Corrosion of Conformity
Woody Weatherman of Corrosion of Conformity – People Don’t Really Remember Exactly When An Album Came Out, It’s Just If It’s Good Or Not
Reed Mullin of Corrosion Of Conformity – We Never Really Got Big Or Anything. We Are More Like A Bands Band. Hopefully, This Record Changes All That.
this album is all killer and no filler. But it’s absolutely true for this one, they are back with a vengeance. Each time we listen to this, a different song becomes our favorite.
Reed Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity suffers seizure, members of Clutch and LOG assist in drumming duties
Recommendation – without a doubt – if you like to nod to loud music and scream the words – this is your show. Don’t miss it.
A lot of times we help each other with lyrics when we’re stuck on something and it all gets amalgamated.
Reed Mullin casually takes his throne and the pair unceremoniously begin the sluggish intro to ‘Bottom Feeder’
In the summer of 2000, I was given a cassette (pre-hipster cool) with Corrosion of Conformity‘s Wiseblood on side 1 and America’s Volume Dealer on the other.