Stone Sour (Corey Taylor) – ‘House of Gold & Bones, Pt 2′ – ‘Stalemate’

Interview by Marc Zanotti

Stalemate has a simple but by no means underwhelming message, as Corey Taylor explains. Knowing full well that Peckinpah has his back, the protagonist forces himself to push on, despite reaching a cognitive stalemate with those around him.

Stalemate really represents continuing on,” Taylor elaborates, “that moment you have to dig your heels in and think ‘It’s going nowhere, I’ve got to heep hanging on.'” Describing the battle scene of the song, Taylor explains the war is between the human and those who fail to see his cause.

Corey Taylor came into Music Feeds Studio to break down Stone Sour’s House of Gold & Bones – Part 2 track by track. Feeds will be releasing the interviews all week long, giving fans an insight into the complex narrative and thought process behind House of Gold & Bones.

House of Gold & Bones – Part 2 by Stone Sour is scheduled for release 9th April.

Track 1: Red City
Track 2: Black John
Track 3: Sadist
Track 4: Peckinpah
Track 5: Stalemate
Track 6: Gravesend
Track 7: 82
Track 8: The Uncanny Valley
Track 9: Blue Smoke  
Track 10: Do Me a Favor
Track 11: The Conflagration

Track 12: The House of Gold & Bones

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