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COC-Blind, Righteous Fool, The Ghost of Saturday Night, SHARDS

When: Sun., April 18, 7 p.m. 2010

While the promise of Leadfoot's fourth album may be an idle threat, frontman Karl Agell continues to work with former Corrosion of Conformity mate Reed Mullin, resurrecting the chunky boogie of COC's seminal 1991 release, Blind. Boasting a scabrous six-string chug, thundering bottom end and Agell's feral vocal swagger, the quintet surveys COC's initial post-hardcore effort, representing a groove-heavy antecedent for both Leadfoot and subsequent stony acolytes. Mullin and COC-Blind guitarist Jason Browning join Animosity-era COC bassist Mike Dean in Righteous Fool, which fits somewhere on a continuum between COC's hardcore and metal efforts, with grimy psych-blues throb, portentous grind and flashes of hardcore intensity —Chris Parker

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