Even though CORROSION OF CONFORMITY founding member Reed Mullin has officially reformed the band's classic "Animosity" lineup with Mike Dean (bass, vocals) and Woody Weatherman (guitar), he is continuing his involvement with CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND, a group which performs the entire original version of the CORROSION OF CONFORMITY "Blind" LP.

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND has announced the following shows:

June 11 - Tremont Music Hall - Charlotte, NC
June 12 - The Rock Shop Music Hall - Fayetteville, NC
June 18 - The Canal Club - Richmond, VA
June 19 - Ottobar - Baltimore, MD
June 20 - Kung Fu Necktie - Philadelphia, PA

Support on all dates will come from AGE OF DESPAIR, the Raleigh, North Carolina band featuring Shawn McCoy of CONFESSOR on guitar, and THE GHOST OF SATURDAY NITE.

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND features Karl Agell, who sang on the classic CORROSION OF CONFORMITY (C.O.C.) album "Blind" (1991), and founding C.O.C. member Reed Mullin (drums). The group, which performs the entire original version of the "Blind" LP, also features Scott Little and TR Gwynn from Agell's band LEADFOOT, and Jerry Barrett, who was previously in BAD BRAINS singer HR's solo group.

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND's set includes such classics as "Damned for All Time", "Echoes in the Well", "Dance of the Dead" and "Vote with a Bullet".


Scott Little (LEADFOOT) - Guitar
TR Gwynn (LEADFOOT) - Guitar
Jerry Barrett (HR of BAD BRAINS) - Bass

Video footage of CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND performing the song "Vote With A Bullet" on March 28, 2009 at Volume 11 in Raleigh, North Carolina can be viewed below. The entire show is available at Revilution Television. Photos and a review can be found on

As previously reported, the classic "Animosity" lineup of CORROSION OF CONFORMITYMike Dean (bass, vocals), Woody Weatherman (guitar) and Reed Mullin (drums) — has reformed and is working on a new album. There are even some early-August shows lined up for the West Coast already, although they have not yet been officially announced.


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