CORROSION OF CONFORMITY To Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of 'Deliverance' On European Tour

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY To Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of 'Deliverance' On European Tour

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY celebrated the return of frontman Pepper Keenan with the release of its latest studio album, "No Cross No Crown", in January. Since then, the group has been touring around the globe relentlessly, and now the band is set to return to European shores in June and July 2019 — roughly a year after its last visit.

On the forthcoming trek, the quartet will not focus on its latest offering but on songs from its classic record "Deliverance", which saw the light of day 25 years ago, and was the band's first studio album featuring Keenan as frontman. A few select festival appearances will round off C.O.C.'s journey across the continent.

"Deliverance Revival Tour MMXIX" tour dates:

Jun. 21 - D Netphen - Freak Valley
Jun. 22 - E Vitoria-Gasteiz - Azkena Rock Festival
Jun. 24 - P Porto - Hard Club
Jun. 27 - I Bologna - Sonic Park
Jun. 28 - CH Zurich - Dynamo
Jun. 29 - F Bourlon - Rock In Bourlon (Free Event)
Jul. 01 - F Paris - Glazart
Jul. 02 - B Sint-Niklaas - De Casino
Jul. 03 - NL Haarlem - Patronaat
Jul. 04 - D Essen - Turock
Jul. 05 - D Aschaffenburg - Colos-Saal
Jul. 07 - PL Warsaw - Klub Proxima
Jul. 08 - LV Riga - Melnā Piektdiena
Jul. 09 - EST Tallinn - Rockclub Tapper
Jul. 10 - FIN Helsinki - Tavastia-klubi
Jul. 12 - S Stockholm – Debaser

Released in September 1994, "Deliverance" went on to become CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's biggest-selling album. It was fueled by the radio success of "Clean My Wounds", which also appeared on the soundtrack for "Tekken: The Motion Picture", and "Albatross".

"No Cross No Crown" was recorded in North Carolina with longtime producer John Custer. It was is CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's first studio effort with Keenan in more than a decade.


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