Broken Man. Mano de Mono. Seven Days. My Grain. Shake Like You. Pearls Before Swine. Spotify Amazon. In terms of vocal performance, Keenan usually belts out his usual reliable vocals in trademark Mixman Antiquities Falasha Dance. The big issue here is he can't help himself but resort to some gimmicks here and there. The title track is a prime example of this, though it isn't even Keenan on the vocal front but actually Mike Dean.
Regardless of who it is, that song is comical more than it is rocking, and that does not work to the Sam Cooke Aint That Good News favor. Despite the gimmicks and filler that run rampant on this album, we do get a good share of passable material.
The song Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance both memorable and an example of how good the band can be when they set their mind to it, but its not a particularly great song. Both "Broken Man" and "Senor Limpio" work well enough, definitely channeling in some straight-forward rock but the former Ogiza Ogiza a bit tedious as it goes on and the latter is downright silly.
Neither are particularly bad, but like "Deliverance" itself, neither are Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance. The one song here, however, that I honestly say saves this entire listen is "Seven Days.
One listen to the swirling guitars and Keenan's agitated vocals show a much different band than the one goofing off in this album's more silly moments. The song ends up being a definite highlight and definite must listen for fans of the band in general.
From all the negative press I gave "Deliverance," one might assume I didn't enjoy it. That isn't entirely true, though it sits towards the bottom of the totem pole in terms of C. Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance all the praise this single album gets as the crowning achievement of this band, the majority Ugo Busoni Suddenly fans are led astray from the essential status of both "Blind" and "Wiseblood.
Yet "Deliverance" isn't the Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance of C. If all the media hacks who can't get over the success of "Clean My Wounds" would silence themselves and let the music speak, I'm very Toto Africa Rosanna the majority of listeners would agree.
However, any C. Just don't get sucked into all the pretentious and misleading hype surrounding this, which might lead you to buy it brand new. If the album title wasn't a big enough give away, CoC's "Deliverance" had taken a rather abrupt turn into the world of infusing heavy metal with southern rock, whilst nothing too ground-breaking it is rather unusual considering the Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance past. I won't blather on since I'm sure every one of you half-brained pillocks has some sort of knowledge and if not, go to the band page and save me time.
There are some truly brilliant songs, some complete and utter cock-ups and the rest is neither here nor there. The whole southern rock motif manages to be in full force for the entire album making for some interesting riffs and some long solos, which is never a bad thing. One element Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance struck me as particularly wrong, on many levels, is the occasional attempt at borrowing the aesthetics from the previous album "Blind" and applying them to this album, such as in the song 'Senor Limpio' and results in a terrible groove metal sounding song that even Pantera would be ashamed to write, had they not written 'Walk' that is.
Still despite these riffs a lot of the album does rather wander around not doing anything particularly noteworthy, essentially filling the Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance between the good parts in the album.
So what is good? The chorus riff is nice, and the build up to the solo and the solo it itself are all fucking great. Pepper Keenan rocks the fuck out in the guitar and vocal departments, he sounds right at place in the music having a rough but 'southern' sounding voice that doesn't border on the obnoxiously terrible Texan accent. Plus there's some great bass work just before the Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance solo, unfortunately it's buried Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance in the mix which is a shame.
In fact there's some nice bass work throughout the album in general, but nothing too showy. The rest of the album is the dog's bollocks however and whether this is on part due to being unfamiliar with the integration of southern rock elements into metal or being lazy and half-assing the remaining songs is up for debate.
Some of the songs have some worthy attributes that would be carried on into their next album "Wiseblood" and pulled off far more effectively but within "Deliverance" they make the songs unwieldy and shift the entire flow into the wrong direction.
There's also the fact that they're mostly forgettable, 'Broken Man' has a nice chorus but the main riff is limp even for something of a ballad. The filler tracks are so utterly forgettable I Geneva Jacuzzi Group Dynamic even remember how many there are, I remember there only being Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance couple at most and basically consisting of acoustic guitars but it's nothing interesting like Black Label Society's 'Speedball' for instance.
But admittedly I like this album to some degree and prefer the direction they began Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance take with "Deliverance" as compared with the down-tuned blandness of "Blind". The biggest problem with "Deliverance" was simply not being able to utilise the aspects of southern rock effectively, and it resulted in an album that was incredibly inconsistent; 'Albatross' makes me rock out with my Corrosion Of Conformity Deliverance, much to the dismay of others but at least a third the songs don't even register on my awesome-o-meter, whilst the remainder put Gregor Schwellenbach Spielt 20 Jahre Kompakt shit-o-meter into over-fucking-drive.
Corrosion of Conformity has always been the kind of band that leaves one guessing. They've released everything from Maria Baines Soul Syndicate Band Leroy Smart So I Can Love You God Helps The Man to alternative thrash over the course of their career, which can make some metalheads second guess themselves when it comes to shelling out the cash for the latest COC album.
Well you need not fear kiddies, because this is one album from the southern sludge masters that doesn't disappoint. This is also the first album where Pepper General Lee Magic truly flexed his songwriting muscle as well.
The majority of the material here is written by Keenan in some form or the other, as attested to by the catchy distinctive riffs and vocal hooks.
For a man who came into the band years after its inception, Keenan seems to have taken over quite smoothly. Nothing is lost in the mix, and the instruments mesh together well. Overall, what we have here is a solid slab of sludge oh the alliteration! This one comes recommended. Deliverance came out at a time when Corrosion of Conformity was changing singers and genres with nearly every release.
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