Two New Stone Sour Songs

2012-08-13 by JAXETA | 25 Comments
Two new Stone Sour songs titled Gone Sovereign and Absolute Zero have been released on their label Roadrunner Records Youtube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1aikxaVCJk

The two songs are put together as one in the video, but are set to be separate tracks on the upcoming album House of Gold & Bones Part 1. This part 1 of a 2 part album is to be released on October 23, 2012

Tagged: Stone Sour

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JAXETA
August 13th 2012
805 Comments


already kicks their last albums ass

BassDemon333
August 14th 2012
3433 Comments


Corey sounds pretty great. I hope this is better than Audio Secrecy.

JackSparrow
August 14th 2012
1686 Comments


Sounds sweet, that album title is kinda dumb. I always forget about this band until they release something new

JAXETA
August 14th 2012
805 Comments


sounds like it will kick audio's ass so hard... i hope

infernalruin
August 14th 2012
57 Comments


This is a huge improvement from their last album

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2012
23808 Comments


i didnt even know this band was still around

Digging: Sergei Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30

BassDemon333
August 14th 2012
3433 Comments


Corey seems more interested in this than Slipknot these days

CrownOfMagnets
August 14th 2012
2334 Comments


sounds really good

thumbcrusher
August 14th 2012
3726 Comments


pretty promising

metalman7
August 14th 2012
22 Comments


Both sounds very good

iambandersnatch
August 14th 2012
1567 Comments


Always hated this band's singles. Are their other songs better?

Shogun
August 14th 2012
435 Comments


Not too bad tbh

ChopSuey
August 14th 2012
2485 Comments


Not too bad tbh

Storm In A Teacup
August 14th 2012
14498 Comments


Audio Secrecy was awesome and these songs don't sound any different so I'm looking forward to it.

smh some of you fuckers are dumb.

linchpin313
August 14th 2012
830 Comments


Uninspired drivel.

MuhNamesTyler
August 14th 2012
5536 Comments


long song

thumbcrusher
August 14th 2012
3726 Comments


2 songs

Emim
August 14th 2012
26749 Comments


I'm looking at you through the glass

Storm In A Teacup
August 14th 2012
14498 Comments


Don't how much time has passed

Storm In A Teacup
August 14th 2012
14498 Comments


Oh God it feels like forever

Emim
August 14th 2012
26749 Comments


And forever feels like home, sitting all alone inside your head

JAXETA
August 14th 2012
805 Comments


its like breathing in sulfurrrrrrrr..... wait

Mabbitt
August 14th 2012
1461 Comments


Why are so many bands releasing multi-part albums? Green Day has 3 albums coming up, Coheed is releasing two, these guys are releasing two, Biffy Clyro is releasing a double album....

infernalruin
August 14th 2012
57 Comments


BECAUSE THEY CAN

Impervious
August 15th 2012
504 Comments


Alsolute Zero sounded pretty cool.



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