Friday, February 26, 2010

Corrosion of Conformity: DOTM

CoC is a band that was formed in North Carolina in 1982. They originally began as a hardcore punk band but slowly transformed into a heavy metal band.

Eye for an Eye
Released in in 1983 by No Core/Toxic Shock.
Produced by Corrosion of Conformity.
Band lineup:
Erick Eycke - vocals; Mike Dean - bass; Woody Weatherman - guitar; Reed Mullin - drums.
Tracks: 20

Animosity
Released in 1985 by Death Records.
Produced by Corrosion of Conformity.
Lineup changes.
Erick Eycke left the band and Mike Dean took over on vocals.
Tracks: 10

Blind
Released in 1991 by Relativity Records.
Produced by John Custer and Corrosion of Conformity.
Lineup Changes:
Karl Agell joined as lead vocalist. Pepper Keenan joined as a 2nd guitarist. Mike Dean was replaced on bass by Phil Swisher.
Tracks: 13

Deliverance
Released in September 1994 by Sony.
Produced by John Custer.
Lineup Changes:
Mike Dean returned on bass. Karl Agell left the band and vocal duties were taken over by Pepper Keenan.
Tracks: 14
This album reached #155 on the Billboard 200 in 1994.

Wiseblood
Released in October 1996 by Sony.
Produced by John Custer.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 13
This album reached #104 on the Billboard 200 in 1996.

America's Volume Dealer
Released in September 2000 by Sanctuary.
Produced by John Custer.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11

In the Arms of God
Released in April 2005 by Sanctuary.
Produced by John Custer.
Lineup changes:
Stanton Moore replaced Reed Mullin on drums.
Tracks: 13
This album reached #108 on the Billboard 200 in 2005.

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