Launch Radio Networks reports: STAIND's new single, "Falling", is a heavier follow-up to "Right Here", the first single released from the band's latest album, "Chapter V". Guitarist Mike Mushok told Launch that "Falling" was picked exactly for that reason. "To me, it's a heavier song, kind of just to say, you know, we still have some of this aggressive music that we do," he said. "And, I don't know, I think it's a good song for us, you know, to put out. It's a song we've been playing live, it's been going over really well, and I think we all just felt that it would make a good next song to go to."
STAIND begins a seven-date Canadian tour on October 29 in Montreal. After that, the group kicks off the Fall Brawl trek on November 8 in Seattle, Washington, along with P.O.D., TAPROOT and new group FLYLEAF.
STAIND will re-release "Chapter V" in a special limited edition on November 15. The set will feature five bonus tracks, a 36-page booklet, and a 40-minute DVD featuring behind-the-scenes, studio and live footage, outtakes, bloopers, and the video for "Right Here".
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