I can understand a bit why some people are calling C.O.C. sell outs, but then again sometimes I think those people saying that are insane. Corrosion of Conformity have and never will sell out for any reason, and while “America’s Volume Dealer” isn’t C.O.C.’s best work by any means, it is also not a bad album by any means either. They still have they’re southern fried groove on “Zippo”, “Doublewide”, “Diablo Blvd.”, and “Congratulations Song”, but other tracks like “Gittin’ It On” and “Take What You Want” sound a bit like filler material. “Stare Too Long” is the album highlight here, which guest stars Warren Haynes from Gov’t Mule. The bottom line here is that C.O.C. still rocks and still kicks it, it is a shame however that they hardly get the recognition they deserve. If you just started getting into C.O.C. or want to, start with “Deliverance” and “Wiseblood” if you like groove oriented heavy music, or you can go with they’re older “Blind” for a much more heavier experience, then you can make your own decision with “America’s Volume Dealer”.