15 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first C.O.C. album to feature the band’s classic four-piece lineup since 2000, No Cross No Crown sees leather-lunged vocalist/guitarist Pepper Keenan reunited with the notorious North Carolina vets for maximum rock 'n' roll. Boasting meaty Southern stompers like “The Luddite,” “Forgive Me,” and “Wolf Named Crow” alongside moody guitar interludes “No Cross,” “Sacred Isolation,” and “Matre’s Diem,” the record rips, roars, and grooves in a way that’s sure to satisfy fans of mid-'90s C.O.C. gems Deliverance and Wiseblood.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first C.O.C. album to feature the band’s classic four-piece lineup since 2000, No Cross No Crown sees leather-lunged vocalist/guitarist Pepper Keenan reunited with the notorious North Carolina vets for maximum rock 'n' roll. Boasting meaty Southern stompers like “The Luddite,” “Forgive Me,” and “Wolf Named Crow” alongside moody guitar interludes “No Cross,” “Sacred Isolation,” and “Matre’s Diem,” the record rips, roars, and grooves in a way that’s sure to satisfy fans of mid-'90s C.O.C. gems Deliverance and Wiseblood.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
78 Ratings

78 Ratings

Gl0ck19 ,

Classic New Sound.

It is heavy and sounds a lot different than before. Even different from the album Blind. New and old C.O.C. fans will like it as well. I’m glad to see pepper is back on vocals again.

Jeff Noz ,

PEPPER KEENAN COC IS BACK!

First song is killer. COC never disappoints. Just buy it!

Averus777 ,

The Return of the Volume Dealers Keenan style!!!

Awesome...looking forward to full album release.

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