CORROSION OF CONFORMITY: New Deal With SANCTUARY In Place, Album To Surface In The Fall

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY guitarist Woody Weatherman has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"More than a few people have been asking and writing and yelling where the hell is CORROSION.... We're still alive and well. [Frontman Pepper] Keenan has been holed up down south in the studio producing a band in N.O. and Mike Dean and myself have been up here in N.C. mostly. I've been being a bum, and Mike has been doing his fair share of producing a few bands up this way. We actually have played a couple shows recently and finished up on a LET 'LONES album... anybody want to release it??????? A lot of work has already been completed on tunes for the new C.O.C. record and the new deal with Sanctuary Music is finally in place. So studio production is starting and a release is planned this fall if all goes as expected. Excuse and ignore the old graphics and stuff on our site, work shall be done revamping it soon."


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