CORROSION OF CONFORMITY To Pull Out A 'Couple Of Old' Classics On Upcoming TourMay 6, 2005
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY guitarist Woody Weatherman has posted the following message on the group's official web site:
"Just a short break going on right now before we head back out for the trip lined up for this summer. Really great bands [CROWBAR, ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY and WEEDEATER] are going to be out on this deal so come prepared for a good time. If we can remember 'em, we might pull out a couple of old ones on this one as well as several off the new album. Expect a few different tunes this go-'round. Not sure which ones yet but I think we'll switch around some from time to time."
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY are continuing to tour in support of their latest album, "In the Arms of God", available now on Sanctuary Records. The group's first collection of new material since 2000's "America's Volume Dealer" was produced by C.O.C.'s longtime collaborator John Custer. Besides working on four of the band's previous albums, Custer also produced C.O.C. bassist Mike Dean's track on Dave Grohl's PROBOT project and C.O.C.'s contribution to "Nativity In Black", the BLACK SABBATH tribute compilation. Playing drums was New Orleans' Stanton Moore, skinsman for the renowned jazz-funk combo GALACTIC.
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