SLIPKNOT Members To Unmask For New Video

SLIPKNOT vocalist Corey Taylor and rhythm guitarist Jim Root will remove their masks at the end of the month for a video shoot for "Get Inside", the first single from their side project, STONE SOUR, according to

The video will be shot onstage on June 26th at the Los Angeles club Whisky A Go-Go. The group are also due to film a video for "Bother", which will be different from the version released on the Spider-Man soundtrack. Both songs will appear on STONE SOUR's as-yet-untitled album, which is tentatively scheduled for release on September 10th through Roadrunner Records.

The full track listing for STONE SOUR's debut CD is as follows (in no particular order):

01. Get Inside
02. Orchids
03. Blotter
04. Choose
05. Monolith
06. Inhale
07. Take a Number
08. Bother
09. Inside the Cynic
10. Cold Reader
11. Blue Study
12. Idle Hands
13. Tumult
14. Omega


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