CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND: Video Footage Of Entire Raleigh Concert Available

Video footage of CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - BLIND's entire March 28, 2009 performance at Volume 11 in Raleigh, North Carolina can be viewed at Revilution Television. Photos and a review are available on

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 from Agell's band LEADFOOT, and Jason Browning and Jerry Barrett, both of whom were previously in BAD BRAINS singer HR's solo group.

"We tried a couple of different times to get this going and it didn't click for various reasons," Agell recently told Yes! Weekly. "We all seemed to have different things going on, but the chemistry is just right this time."

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
Jason Browning (HR of BAD BRAINS) - Guitar
Jerry Barrett (HR of BAD BRAINS) - Bass


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