Professionally filmed video footage of STONE SOUR performing an acoustic version of the song "Through The Glass" this past Friday, January 21 on Wachusett Mountain in Princeton, Massachusetts can be viewed below. Also available are fan-filmed clips of the "Hesitate" and "Miracles" performances from the same show.
STONE SOUR will take part in the first annual Avalanche Tour, which brings together some of the biggest names in rock for a massive North American winter trek. This year's tour runs from March 24 to May 8 and also features THEORY OF A DEADMAN, SKILLET, HALESTORM and ART OF DYING. Tickets for most shows go on sale Saturday, February 5. A special fan club pre-sale will begin Tuesday, February 1 through Artist Arena. Visit AvalancheTour.com for more details.
STONE SOUR's new video, "Hesitate", was filmed on September 20, 2010 in Los Angeles with director Paul Brown (JACK WHITE/ALICIA KEYS, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, JOHN MAYER) and directing collective Beta Movement/Skulley FX.
STONE SOUR, AVENGED SEVENFOLD and HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD are currently taking part in "The Nightmare After Christmas" tour.
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