Corrosion of Conformity have existed for well over 30 years, but took a hiatus back in 2006. When they came back in 2010, it was without singer/guitarist Pepper Keenan, who was concentrating on Down. Re-emerging with the three-piece Animosity-era lineup, they released two solid albums. However, Keenan never officially left the band, and there were rumblings that he might record a new album and tour with them again. Earlier this year, that happened, with the band playing some European dates. It was just recently that the Deliverance-era lineup of the band hit the States for the first time, and as evidenced by a sold-out show at NYC’s Gramercy Theater, people are happy they’re back. The band just signed a deal with Nuclear Blast, and 2016 will bring us their first album with Pepper since 2006’s In the Arms of God. Metal Insider freelancer Melinda Oswandel shot the following pictures for us.