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CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Announces North American Summer Headlining Tour With Crowbar + Band To Headline Psycho Las Vegas Pre-Party And More!
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY will kick off the second leg of
their North American headlining tour this July. The A Quest To Believe, A Call
To The Void II Tour will commence on July 26th in Poughkeepsie,
New York and run through August 25th in Providence, Rhode
Island. Support will be provided by their comrades in
Crowbar as well as Lo-Pan and Quaker City Night Hawks. Tickets go on sale this
Friday at all local ticket outlets.
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY will also play a special one-off
show with country singer Cody Jinks next month in addition to festival
appearances at Rocklahoma, Heavy MTL, KISW's Pain In The Grass, and a headlining
performance at Psycho Swim, Psycho Las Vegas' annual pool-bound kick-off party
where the band will be joined by Lucifer, Danava, ASG, Primitive Man, and more.
In October, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY will appear on the inaugural MegaCruise
alongside Megadeth, Anthrax, Testament, Overkill, and so many others with more
shows to be announced in the months to come. See all confirmed dates below.
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY released the critically-adored No
Cross No Crown full-length early last year via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
Recorded in North Carolina with longtime producer John Custer, the record marks
the first studio recording with vocalist/guitarist Pepper Keenan in over a
decade and, earning the #67 spot on the Billboard Top 200 Chart, #12 on the Billboard
Top Current Albums Chart, and #3 on the Top Hard Music Albums Chart upon its
first week of release, is the highest charting album of the band's career.
Hailed Decibel Magazine of the release, "The record is filled with the
kind of Sabbath meets Black Flag meets Lynyrd Skynyrd jams that were so
infectious and wildly influential back when Bill Clinton seduced interns...COC
doesn't try to change direction but instead revisits the approach that made the
Keenan-fronted version so successful: powerful hooks, instrumental asides that
will remind you of Sabbath's 'Planet Caravan' and a rich use of textures and