Image for Stone Sour – New Album Due Out October, 2012

Stone Sour – New Album Due Out October, 2012

Written by Marc Zanotti on May 2, 2012

After recently appearing at Soundwave 2012 with Slipknot, Corey Taylor has been looking towards recording with his side project Stone Sour, and as reported by Blabber Mouth, the plan is to release a new record this October.

As Music Feeds previously reported, Taylor said of the upcoming album, “Right now we’re (Stone Sour) just working on demos… and a pretty grandiose idea that I’ve been kind of chewing on for a long time…On a musical scale, artistically, visually, we’re going to swing for the fences with this one. If we can pull it off, it would be really cool and… put a lot of people in their place. I’m really excited to get working on it”.

More recently Stone Sour guitarist Josh Rand added, “This album will be another progression for the band. Musically, we have always challenged one another to push things to our limits, and this record is no exception… Lyrically, the album follows one character to that complex moment in his life, when he finally has to decide which path to take. It’s a spiritual and moral power play for control of what this man will be for the rest of his life. Each song will tell the story from different sides of the character’s personality, with the listener ultimately deciding how the story ends.”

As of yet there is no title for the upcoming record.

Watch: Stone Sour – Hesitate

Join Music Feeds on Facebook

More On Music Feeds

News

UK Festival-Goer Unlocks Security Door, Unleashes Stampede Of Gatecrashers

Music festival gatecrashers aren’t anything new, but footage of courageous security-evaders at London’s Wireless Festival proves that gatecrashing is still a team sport, and the teams are always getting bigger.

News

Heart Of St Kilda Concert Announces 2015 Lineup

Melbourne’s annual Heart Of St Kilda Concert will return for the eighth time this September, with a lineup featuring locals such as British India, Kasey Chambers and Aussie rock pioneer Col Joye, as well as a number of comedians.

News

Live Music Fans In Finland Can Now Get A Refund If A Gig Was Crap, Thanks To A New Law

Ever forked out top dollar to see a big name act, perhaps some music industry veteran touring in a desperate bid to squeeze every last drop of revenue out of their greatest hits catalogue before (or sometimes after) they officially retire, only to be left disappointed by their less than robust performance.

News

Hear Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ Sung In The Style Of Shaggy, Pearl Jam, Black Sabbath & More

The internet’s favourite guy-who-breaks-songs-into-20-different-sections-and-then-performs-each-section-in-the-style-of-another-famous-artist-or-band is back to do it all again with Taylor Swift‘s chart-exploder Bad Blood, and the results are every bit as social media share-able as you’d expect.

News

Rise Against Announce Supports For National Tour

Melbourne rippers Clowns and Outright are officially lubing up the stage for Rise Against on their national headline tour this December.

Album Reviews

MT Warning – Petrified Heart EP

This third collection from Northern New South Wales gem MT Warning echoes the more subdued moments of last years debut, Midnight Set.

Around the web

This May Also Interest You