Longtime Corrosion Of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin has died, according to his bandmates. Co-founder of the band in 1982 and forming as an important hardcore punk band of the era, the band went on to see large success in the 90’s through albums like Blind and singles like “Clean My Wounds”, and explored varying styles of rock and Southern metal to critical success.
Though the band created 5 full-length albums and inspired genuine hope through their passionate lyrics and post-hardcore sound, The Color Morale went on hiatus a couple years ago – much to the dismay of their passionate fanbase. Their message of hope through life’s trials and tribulations was one that was easy to relate to for the average fan, and while their hiatus wasn’t considered a permanent one, there wasn’t really any timeline for possible new music. However, that looks like it’s changed now.
Platinum-selling rock band Disturbed have announced a 31-date North American tour celebrating their debut album, The Sickness. The amphitheater tour, which also includes very special guests STAIND and BAD WOLVES, celebrates the two-decade anniversary of the band’s seminal album “The Sickness”. Huge singles like “Stupify” and “Down With The Sickness” helped launch them into the rock and metal stratosphere.
On this tour, the band will perform songs off the album, as well as tracks from their most recent studio release, “Evolution”, and their extensive catalog. “The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour” will run from mid-July through mid-September, with dates in cities including Tampa, Toronto, Cincinnati, Phoenix, and Irvine (full dates below).