It's been just over three weeks since we've lost Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin, who died Jan. 27 at the age of 53.
His memorial was held on Feb. 09 at a place Mullin performed numerous times–The Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, North Carolina–where organizers put together a tribute video in memory of the legendary hardcore punk/southern metal drummer.
The nearly 36-minute long quasi-documentary rolls through Mullin's tenure with C.O.C, Brown, Righteous Fool and Teenage Time Killers, and includes recordings of each band as well as interviews, live performances and pictures taken throughout his life.
Some notable highlights include early C.O.C. material, live audio from a gig in 1984, Mullin telling kids to vote while hanging on the set of Headbanger's Ball in 1991 and footage of Mullin hitting some major notes singing with his side bands Brown and Righteous Fool. There's also video from Teenage Time Killer's only gig.
If you're a fan of Mullin's or Corrosion of Conformity in general, the video is worth the watch.