This previous Thursday, Corrosion of Conformity headed out on the highway for a 14-date string of exhibits in a bid to convey their particular model of swagger and groovy riffs to the lots. Together with Spirit Adrift and The Native Howl in tow, it’s sure to be a invoice that you simply don’t wish to miss if you can also make it to one of many gigs. Corrosion of Conformity at all times placed on a great present. And whereas it’s going to be superior to see the fellows once more, it’s by no means been a greater time to reacquaint your self with Corrosion of Conformity.
In order that’s why for this week’s Basic Live performance of the Day, we journey again to a time when the band was starting to achieve some steam because of the discharge of Deliverance. Songs like “Clear My Wounds” and “Albatross” have been radio hits, powered by Woody and Pepper’s killer riffs, Mike’s groovy bass traces, and Reed’s distinctive rhythm fashion behind the equipment.
As you’ll see within the present beneath, the four-piece have been firing on all cylinders. By November 1994, they have been nearly two years faraway from former vocalist Karl Agell leaving the band and Pepper taking the place full-time. The fellows have been jamming on their new shit, however as you’ll hear, they have been nonetheless enjoying stuff off Blind that wasn’t “Vote with a Bullet.” It’s so unusual to listen to Pepper sing songs like “Painted Smiling Face” and “Echoes within the Properly.” Oh and at one level, Pepper riffs on the Down basic “Lifer,” regardless that NOLA had not but come out, which is a cool little nod to his involvement within the group.
So relax and let Corrosion of Conformity rock your Sunday afternoon with this week’s basic live performance.
Corrosion of Conformity at The Abyss in Houston, Texas on Nov. 17, 1994
Heaven’s Not Overflowing
Painted Smiling Face
Clear My Wounds
Echoes within the Properly
Kiss of Loss of life
Vote With a Bullet
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