Corrosion of Conformity - Blind (1991)

29 November, 2009

Corrosion of Conformity - Blind Album Cover

Third C.O.C. studio album and the first with Pepper Keenan.

Blind is in many ways the Corrosion Of Conformity album that showcased their full on transition from punk to metal. It also serves as an interesting, thrashy missing link between the crossover thrash of Animosity and the Technocracy EP; and the sludgy stoner/groove metal of Deliverance and Wiseblood and beyond. It works extremely well, combining the core elements of thrash, doom, punk, and groove metal into a diverse, yet consistent record.

The songs have stuck with me for quite a long time. The writing is brilliant for both the lyrics and instruments. The songs have crunch, catch, grime, and tact as qualities. It has consistency and diversity rolled up into one, big , delicious, metal burrito that works perfectly and is just so damn tasty. It's a molotov cocktail of styles ready to take on the system and fight authority. It's amazing just how Corrosion can ignore genre rules and put out a high quality Record such as this. It's the first metal CD I bought of my own volition and has remained a favorite of mine since. - psychoticnicholai

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  1. Check out a podcast review of Blind by Corrosion of Conformity on Dig Me Out at, a weekly podcast dedicated to reviewing lost and forgotten rock of the '90s.