STONE SOUR To Issue Never-Before-Released Tracks

STONE SOUR, the recently re-launched group formed by SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor and guitarist Jim Root, are figuring out a way to make some previously unreleased material available to their fans. One possible scenario is for the band to release a few of the songs on the "Bother" single, or possibly a "digipack" featuring three never-before-released tracks.

"Hopefully sometime soon we'll be able to release a digipack," Taylor said. "There's three songs that we didn't put on the album, really good tunes. 'Inside the Cynic', it's a good rockin' tune. That's an old one. 'Rules Of Evidence', which is a great song, and 'The Wicked', which is a really good chunky fuckin'...It makes you really want to whip the devil horns out and bang your head. It's almost a chunkier version of 'Monolith'."


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