Fuckin' better than Papa Roach. Goddammit I love Stone Sour
Youtube comments are the best.
THIS MAKES THE WEEKEND AWSOME!
Nice douchebag haircuts. Song's solid though
Digging: Turnover - Peripheral Vision
Not to pick on something as trivial as haircuts...but wow, Corey's making it pretty tough to not play the douche-bag card.
Everybody in this video looks like they're trying to be from a different band. Who's the clown pulling the dead on Billy Howerdel impersonation?
Will Stone Sour ever be anything more than a watered-down Slipknot?
Stone Sour came first. So that actually makes Slipknot an amped up Stone Sour.
What i've heard of Stone Sour, they have pretty decent radio singles, but their heavier stuff is like
Slipknot but with awful riffs. Reborn is the first song that comes to mind (right when the heavy part
You did not just put down "Reborn". That sound is frigging awesome.
That song, I mean. The sound is awesome, too, though. As is the band known as The Sound. But I'm going further off the rails, here.
thinks he's a wrestler or some shit cool song though
"Youtube comments are the best."
at least they don't concern themselves with haircuts.
So far I'm liking their new sound, the weird thing with Stone Sour is that I usually only like parts of their songs, there are exceptions though (Inhale ftw)
Damn this band is actually still together? Remember them being boring as fuck even back when I really liked Slipknot.
Corey has an awesome voice for this genre. Hope the new album can at least beat Audio Secrecy or even stand up to Come Whatever May. Video blows, song is ok
i like videos where the band just plays infront of a crowd. i hate lame stories in videos.
Best Stone Sour song I've heard in a long time. Hopefully this will sound a lot better than Audio Secrecy
Digging: My Sleeping Karma - Tri
"i like videos where the band just plays infront of a crowd. i hate lame stories in videos."
as unoriginal as it might be, that's how I like it best too, it makes for an easier listen, sometimes overly ambitious videos detract from the musical experience