CORROSION OF CONFORMITY: 'The Moneychangers' Video To Premiere On 'Headbangers Ball'

"The Moneychangers", the new video from Raleigh, North Carolina legends CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, will premiere this Thursday, March 1 on MTV.com's web-only show "Headbangers Ball". The clip was filmed in Raleigh by Charles Cardello and features the band in a storyline that brings the song's lyrics out visually (even Jesus makes an appearance).

A couple of photos from the video shoot can be seen below.

"The Moneychangers" comes off CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's new self-titled album, which is being released today (Tuesday, February 28) in North America via Candlelight Records. The CD was recorded at Dave Grohl's Studio 606 in Northridge, California and was produced by the band in cooperation with longtime collaborator John Custer. It was mixed by John Lousteau (FOO FIGHTERS) and features artwork by Seldon Hunt (MELVINS, HIGH ON FIRE).

"Corrosion Of Conformity" is available on standard CD, deluxe digipak, and two exclusive vinyl formats.

Featuring the esteemed "Animosity" lineup of vocalist/bassist Mike Dean, guitarist Woody Weatherman, and drummer/vocalist Reed Mullin, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's album closes a six-year recording gap and completes over a year of concentrated writing and recording for the band.

"Corrosion Of Conformity" track listing:

01. Psychic Vampire
02. River Of Stone
03. Leeches
04. El Lamento De Las Cabras
05. Your Tomorrow
06. The Doom
07. The Moneychangers
08. Come Not Here
09. What We Become
10. Rat City
11. Time Of Trials
12. Canyon Man (deluxe/vinyl only)
13. The Same Way (deluxe/vinyl only)

"The Doom" and "Time Of Trials" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

Mullin co-founded CORROSION OF CONFORMITY in 1982 as a hardcore punk act alongside Weatherman and Dean before leaving the band in 2001 amidst health concerns.

"The Doom" and "Time Of Trials" audio stream:

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