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  • Audio CD (February 28, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Candlelight
  • ASIN: B006XF2V4O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
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2012 album from the Metal heads, the first album from the esteemed Animosity line-up in 10 years. Produced by John Custer, Corrosion of Conformity is one of the year's most anticipated new albums. It is the efforts of this line-up that Decibel Magazine recently called a crucial stylistic lynchpin in the bridge between Metal and Punk. Corrosion of Conformity irrevocably reshaped crossover's sonic possibilities.

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Not saying its a bad album by any means!
Joseph T. Flask
Myself, a fan of all COC's work, this album comes as a fresh and great addition to their catalog.
That Metal Guy
This album is the pinnacle of a stellar career.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By That Metal Guy on March 8, 2012
Format: Audio CD
It seems there's an apparent dividing line when it comes to Corrosion of Conformity: Mike Dean pre-Pepper days or the more well-known Pepper albums. Myself, a fan of all COC's work, this album comes as a fresh and great addition to their catalog. Fans on the bench about having no Pepper=no COC may want to take another listen, if they listened at all, to this album The original lineup sound just as great as ever, if not better than back in '84. Each player sounds more experienced and comfortable, and the songs show it. And no, this isn't some 'blast from the past' kind of reunion thing, each song is great, and seem to have a healthy balance of the older COC sound mixed with the later-day Pepper sound. So there really is something for every fan on this album. If you're not familiar with earlier COC works, I suggest picking up Animosity as well, and learn where this band came from and how much they've evolved to what they are today.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog on February 28, 2012
Format: Audio CD
When you get away from all the stylistic and contextual considerations and just judge it on its own merits, Corrosion Of Conformity's 2012 Self Titled album is a very competently made and fairly enjoyable album. It isn't the best thing ever made, but neither is it a terrible mistake. It won't please people who are into them for what Pepper brought, and it won't please fans of classic 80s Hardcore, but it is a strong enough album that has a similar appeal as Black Tusk and maybe recent Entombed albums.Personally, I am huge a fan of Pepper and it took me a few listens for this new album to grow on me so if you are like me, I'd recommend buying the album and supporting the band anyway.

That being said; realistically it is an album that you need to provide a certain level of context for before approaching in a critical way as the particulars of the album's line up and musical style are of interest to existing fans and therefore it is difficult to describe the album without first acknowledging that.

So; on the previous four Corrosion Of Conformity albums (which a large portion of their fanbase know them best for) most of the vocals and a large part of musical direction came from the Southern Rock influenced Singer/Guitarist Pepper Keenan, who is not present on this album because he is concentrating on the Phil Anselmo fronted super group Down.

In Pepper's absence, the vocals on this album are performed by founding member Mike Dean, who has been on every Corrosion Of Conformity album except for 1991's Blind. Dean sometimes appears purely as a bassist and sometimes also handles the vocal duties.

In addition to Mike Dean once again taking over the lead vocal position, Pepper's guitar slot is left unfilled and the band play as a three piece.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 28, 2012
Format: Audio CD
First of all, I just have to say that it's great to have C.O.C. back! This band is one of the true originals, forging their own genre of eclectic, southern-tinged metal that needs to remain part of the heavy music scene. Their last album, In the Arms of God, was one of their best, but that was seven years ago. Since then, Pepper has been quite active with Down, but C.O.C. has been relatively quiet. Now, with Pepper's recording and touring commitments still keeping him away, the Animosity line-up has decided to release some new material to spice up their live shows and hold fans over until a reunion with Pepper can happen. I was confident it would sound good, but unsure what it would sound LIKE. Well, I'm satisfied, because they've put together some awesome songs that I've gotten completely hooked by. After giving the disc several spins, I see it as a predominantly groove-fueled southern metal album, but with a healthy dose of nostalgic hardcore thrown in to celebrate the Animosity reunion. Without question, the southern rock element has been scaled back somewhat in Pepper's absence, with the band going instead for a raw, stripped-down, metal vibe, but still retaining that southern flavor that's become synonymous with C.O.C. If you listen to Animosity and this album back-to-back, you'll hear some similarities when tracks like Psychic Vampire, Leeches, What You Despise Is What You've Become, and a few others break out into full-on hardcore, complete with caustic, punk-infused riffs and fast tempos. Then, when you hear River of Stone, Your Tomorrow, The Doom, and The Moneychangers, the Deliverance-era C.O.C. shines unmistakably through. That perfect mix of doomy, Sabbath-inspired metal crossbred with southern soul that's not quite like any other band. So good to hear these guys again!Read more ›
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 28, 2012
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First of all, I just have to say that it's great to have C.O.C. back! This band is one of the true originals, forging their own genre of eclectic, southern-tinged metal that needs to remain part of the heavy music scene. Their last album, In the Arms of God, was one of their best, but that was seven years ago. Since then, Pepper has been quite active with Down, but C.O.C. has been relatively quiet. Now, with Pepper's recording and touring commitments still keeping him away, the Animosity line-up has decided to release some new material to spice up their live shows and hold fans over until a reunion with Pepper can happen. I was confident it would sound good, but unsure what it would sound LIKE. Well, I'm satisfied, because they've put together some awesome songs that I've gotten completely hooked by. After giving the disc several spins, I see it as a predominantly groove-fueled southern metal album, but with a healthy dose of nostalgic hardcore thrown in to celebrate the Animosity reunion. Without question, the southern rock element has been scaled back somewhat in Pepper's absence, with the band going instead for a raw, stripped-down, metal vibe, but still retaining that southern flavor that's become synonymous with C.O.C. If you listen to Animosity and this album back-to-back, you'll hear some similarities when tracks like Psychic Vampire, Leeches, What You Despise Is What You've Become, and a few others break out into full-on hardcore, complete with caustic, punk-infused riffs and fast tempos. Then, when you hear River of Stone, Your Tomorrow, The Doom, and The Moneychangers, the Deliverance-era C.O.C. shines unmistakably through. That perfect mix of doomy, Sabbath-inspired metal crossbred with southern soul that's not quite like any other band. So good to hear these guys again!Read more ›
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