In a recent interview, Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin confirmed that the band will reunite with its onetime guitarist and vocalist Pepper Keenan next year to record a new album and tour. He states:
“Yeah, we’re getting together next year. We’re going to do an album and do some touring. We’ve done this three-piece enough to where we want to do something different. That’s going to happen probably somewhere close to the beginning of the year. He has that band Down that does okay.”
Keenan, who was a member of the band from 1989 to their hiatus in 2006, last recorded with Corrosion of Conformity on their 2005 album In the Arms of God. The band has since recorded two albums without Keenan (2012’s Corrosion of Conformity and this year’s IX), which featured the Animosity-era lineup of Woody Weatherman (guitars), Mike Dean (bass, vocals) and Reed Mullin (drums).
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